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The all-seeing eye in the seal of the University 
of Mississippi has looked unblinkingly upon the com- 
ings and goings of students at Ole Miss for more 
than a century. 

There is more to Ole Miss than can be seen by 
this or any other eye — the tradition, the honor, 
the spirit which separates Ole Miss from the mere 
factories for dissemination of knowledge. 

But to some extent the superficial happenings of 
a year help to make it a bit different from the 
years before and the years to come. We invite 
you to look through the eye of Ole Miss at the 
things, trivial and significant, that helped to make 
up the year 1965 at Ole Miss. 



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1965... A YEAR OF SURPRISE 



The rabbit habit. 



GUSH 



And her grandmother founded our chapter? 







Dean Rea just resigned! 



Go to hell rushees — Go to hel 



Even the Lusitania got torpedoed. 





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You can pick up COFO T-Shrits as you leave. 



WEARINESS 



She's at her best at Sardis. 





Is that only the 200th bid? 





BEGINNINGS 



Eeeek! Lice! 





Just a small apartment party. 



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REGISTRATION 




Not Cerny again. 




My Wife is going out of town and uh . . . 

Please don't make me practice teach in Mound Bayou. 




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Trophy, Trophy— Rah! Rah! Rah! Rebels, Rebels— Ha, Ha, Ha. 
Why do they have to lose during my administration? 






If you think he can play football, just wait until you 
hear him sing! 





AMBITION 



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Now remember Diz, this is a dry state. 



10,999 buttoned-down collars. 




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Damn, she closed the blinds. 



ERUDITION 



I'm going to have to get these damn glasses changed. 



Well, any port in a storm. 




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Advanced Jigsaw Puzzle Making — 609. 



What does he mean? How many ducks flew over 
the Mississippi River in 1906? 





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SPIRITOUS 



Concocked spirit. 






The beginning of the end. 



Why isn't this man smiling? 



Number one what. 



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MISSISSIPPI MEMORIAL STADIUM 



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Did you get their "vital" qualifications? 



Walk over there! Turn around! And come back. 



And they said an army traveled on its stomach. 




Alright you, give me five. 



REGIMENTATION 





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Grrrr — I'm a ranger. 



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NOISE 



Let's all stand and sing "Rescue the Perishing." 











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"Everybody" was all wet! 
"Melissa, you go to hell!" 







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The owl wouldn't permit me to do it. 



SUPERFLUOUS 



Splendor in the grass. 





You're just saying it because it's true. 
Would you want your sister to marry one? 




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I'm just bursting with enthusiasm. 
I haven't got on my what? 




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J.S. ARI 





But honey, this is our 17th date. 



Stick with me Baby and we'll go places — Viet Nam, Korea, 



Is the House Mother still looking? 



Every year at this time the Holy Rollers come 
to town. 




THE GAME 




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I feel pretty. 

Yes, we take reservations. 




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TRADITIONAL 





If the Easter Bunny can do it, so can I. 



Welcome back, alumni. 





If you could only sing. 




After eating lunch. 



20 pounds a minute. 




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Spanish what? 

What do you mean all the dogs in the neighborhood have suddenly disappeared? 



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SHENANIGANES 




But EVERYBODY wants me to sing "Tiny Sparrow!" 
Only cne restroom in Fulton Chapel? 



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What is that first name again, Miss Galore? 




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The delegation from State arrives. 




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ENTERTAINERS 



Johnny Cash performs as a legend in his own time. 



Lester Flat and Earl Scruggs bring the Grand 
Ole Opry to campus. 





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The New Christy Minstrels start second semester with a concert. 



The Lettermen 
performance. 



return to Ole Miss for another successful 





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PROFESSIONALS 




The Juliard Quartet performs for Artist Series. 

Dame Alicia Markova speaks at ODK-Mortar Board Forum. 





Dr. Rowse speaks at Convocation. 






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The Village Singers entertain in Fulton Chapel. 
Dr. Clem Biniger speaks for the Committee of 100. 





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Rubel Phillips speaks on behalf of 
Barry Goldwater. 



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We want panties! 



Never kiss a boy that wears braces! 





Get the damn chair off my hand. 



DAMES 



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Yes, I am Miss University 



We are the very best you SEE. 

Fledge? Only if I can be Miss America. 




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CLUB-A-RAMA 




Look fellows, I finally got my wings. 




Look, I'm the one that brought you. 
Well, anybody can study. 








I'll never kiss HER again. 
Bah, Humbug! 





But what's upstairs? 




Two for the price of one. 




If he'd only use Dial. 



RELEASE 




"Shake your money-maker 



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Well, the Romans did it. 

There'll be no dancing on the drinking floor. 




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UISIBRS 



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DISARRAY 



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Roamin' eyes. 



BEDLAM 



AWS undercover agent. 



Have you seen my drunk? 





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It's what's up front that counts. 



She's getting a new lease on life. 




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STUPOR 







Captain Marvel . . . (Sigh). 



For once, Katie serves herself. 




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More what? 



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HABITAT 




O.K. the loser goes out with him. 



Heh, Heh, just a little fun, Mr. Nash. 

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Who says that there is nothing to do in the 








This ought to last for the week-end. 




Hi honey, going down? 
Okay! Pick me up in 5 minutes. 




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But I've been red-shirted for 6 years. 



For this we get a scholarship? 




Bubble, Bubble, Toil and Trouble. 







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PRECISION 



I dreamed I was head-majorette in my 







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Another intricate maneuver by Ole Miss Band. 
The Governor changed the uniform again! 





You can't be serious. 



$5.00. 




I think this is his tree. 







POPULUS 



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"I'm gonna make it. 
I've been drafted. 




Typical ASB dance. 




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Doctor, it's about that food at the cafeteria. 




'Damn honey, it's already daylight." 



FROLICS 



Now look fellow, I like panties as well as anybody; however 







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Damn, that's cold. 
The ASB John — Corlew is the head. 





Now remember who to vote for tomorrow. 



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Everyone always enjoys the Chancellor's Tea. 




They wouldn't let us use their pool. 



SPRING 



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I thought this was a DRY county. 




Don't ever touch me again! 
So what if it's not a Honda. 




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ACTION 







Now, all you have to do is pass the literacy 
test. 



I'll teach you to date my pinee again. 
Panel, please pay attention — pictures of everyone will be made after the meeting. 






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ADMINISTRATIOH 



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The Honorable Paul B. Johnson is the only per- 
son who has served as President of the Ole Miss 
student body and as governor of the state of 
Mississippi. 

Governor Johnson was born in Hattiesburg, 
the son of the late Governor Paul B. Johnson. He 
was educated in the public schools of Forrest „ 
County before completing his preparatory edu- 
cation at Columbia Miltary Academy. He then 
entered Ole Miss where he compiled an excellent 
record in both scholastic and extracurricular ac- 
tivities. While at Ole Miss he was tapped into 
Blue Key Honor Society and ODK Honorary 
Leadership Fraternity, selected as a member of 
the Hall of Fame, as well as serving as President 
of the Ole Miss student body. 

Governor Johnson received his Bachelor of 
Law Degree from Ole Miss and was admitted 
to the Bar in 1940. In 1959 he was elected Lieu- 
tenant Governor. In 1963 he was elected to the 
highest state office. 

The University of Mississippi is proud to claim 
Governor Paul B. Johnson as one of its finest 
graduates. Every action made by Governor 
Johnson brings greater praise to himself and 
greater pride to Ole Miss. 



GOVERNOR 






PAUL B. JOHNSON 







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J. D. WILLIAMS 



CHANCELLOR 



Since 1946, Chancellor Willams has been one 
of the most loved, respected and admired men 
in the history of the University of Mississippi. 

Chancellor Williams is a member of the Com- 
mission on Colleges and Universities of the 
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. 
From 1959 to 1961, Chancellor Williams was 
President of the State Universities Association 
and is now a member of its Executive Commit- 
tee. 

The Chancellor has a very impressive record 
of accomplishments. He is a member of ODK, 
the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, Kappa Delta 
Pi, and Phi Delta Kappa, honorary educational 
fraternities. 

Through long and diligent efforts, Chancellor 
J. D. Williams has made the University of Mis- 
sissippi a truly fine educational plant. Every stu- 
dent who has attended Ole Miss during his ten- 
ure as Chancellor will remember him as a friend 
always. 



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Seated, Left to Right: Leon Lowry, E. R. Izard, W. D. Guest, T. D. Riddell, 
Mrs. Nan Sibley, Dr. Verner S. Holmes, President; S. R. Evans, J. N. 
Lipscomb, Dr. M. M. Roberts, I. L. Morgan, and Paul Haynes. Standing: 
T. N. Turner, George Yarborough, W. O. Stone, and Dr. E. R. Jobe, 
Executive Secretary. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



A constitutional amendment gives the governor 
of the state of Mississippi, with the advice and con- 
sent of the Senate, power to appoint the Board of 
Trustees, which governs the state's institutions of 
higher learning. 



The Board consists of twelve men who serve stag- 
gered terms of twelve years each. 

The Board of Trustees selects one of its members 
as its president and appoints the Chancellor as ex- 
ecutive head of the University. 



DR. W. ALTON BRYANT 
Vice Chancellor 



DR. CHARLES E. NOYES 
Assistant Vice Chancellor 



MR. GEORGE M. STREET 
Director of Development 



MR. E. E. DAVIDSON 
Business Manager 



DR. FRANKLIN E. MOAK 
Dean of Student Personnel 




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ADMINISTRATORS 



First Row: 

Mr. Henry W. Bounds 
Mr. Hugh H. Clegg . 
Mr. Robert B. Ellis . 



. Director of Food Services 

Assistant to the Chancellor 

Registrar 



Second Row: 

Mr. Howard K. Faulkner Bursar 

Gen. Freeman Gober Assistant Registrar 

Mr. Harold E. Haney Purchasing Agenl- 



Third Row: 

Dr. Vernon B. Harrison . . . Director and Physician of 

Student Health Service 
Mr. Tom S. Hines .... Director of Student Activities 
Dr. Sylvester J. Hemleben Chairman of 

Publications Committee 



Fourth Row: 
Mr. Binford T. Nash 
Dr. Katharine Rea . 
Mr. Patrick D. Smith 



. Director of Men's Housing 

Dean of Women 

Director of Public Information 



Fifth Row: 

Mr. Barnes Tatum Director of Public Safety 

Mr. John W. White Director of Physical Plant 

Mr. Joseph C. White Chief Accountant 




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COLLEGE OF 

LIBERAL ARTS 



The College of Liberal Arts offers the undergradu- 
ate student knowledge and skills necessary for an 
effective life of service in the complex society of 
this time. Founded in 1848, the College presents a 
broad and comprehensive course of study including 
most areas of knowledge in the humanities and in the 
physical, biological, and social sciences. 

A Scholars Program has been instituted by the 
College of Liberal Arts to provide special instruc- 
tion for superior students. 




DEAN A. B. LEWIS 



Elma Meek Hall provides offices and modern laboratories for the De- 
partments of Home Economics and Music. 







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The use of the library is vital to all liberal arts students. 





Microbiology Lab involves 


careful observations. 




Music majors spend untold 


hours of practice at the keyboard. 












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SCHOOL OF 
LAW 



The fourth oldest state-owned law school in the 
United States was established at the University in 
1854 by an act of the state legislature. 

After completing a three-year program of study 
in the principles of jurisprudence, graduates are en- 
titled to practice in any court of the state without 
further examination. 

The school is accredited both by the Association 
of American Law Schools and by the American Bar 
Association. 



DEAN JOSHUA M. MORSE 



Lamar Hall houses the School of Law 



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Attorneys of the future study cases of the past in the Law Library. 

The prestige of the University Law School is due to its 
dedicated instructors. 



L. Q. C. Lamar — a man to look up to. 





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SCHOOL OF 
ENGINEERING 



Founded in 1900, the School of Engineering offers 
a program which is planned to serve the state of 
Mississippi in chemical, civil, electrical, geological, 
and mechanical engineering. 

The school has been housed in Carrier Hall, with 
its air-conditioned classrooms and drafting rooms, 
which are sound-insulated from the laboratories, 
since 1954. 

The school is a member of the Engineering College 
Administrative Council, the Engineering College Re- 
search Council, and the Mississippi Manufacturers 
Association. 



DEAN KARL BRENKERT 



Carrier Hall was a gift of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Carrier for the School of Engineering. 





An engineer taclcles a complicated problem with 
the slide rule. 



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SCHOOL OF 
EDUCATION 



Pre-service and in-service training is offered to 
prospective teachers by the School of Education. 
Professional courses of study train teachers and ad- 
ministrators for their profession while various educa- 
tional services in the cultural institutions of the state 
are rendered. 

The school is fully accredited by the National 
Council for Accreditations of Teacher Education 
and is a member of the American Association of 
Colleges for Teacher Education. 



The School of Education Building, opened in 1956, provides offices 
and classrooms for students and faculty. 




DEAN SYLVESTER A. MOORHEAD 




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A professor educates the educators. 

Students meet P. E. requirements through tennis. 






With the aid of student teachers, a little girl learns to finger paint. 



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The University Medical Center houses the University Hospital, the 
School of Medicine, and the School of Nursing. 




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Nursing students prepare for a vital future. 

Discovery is a daily event at the University Medical School 





DEAN ROBERT Q. MARSTON 



SCHOOL OF 
MEDICINE 



At the University of Mississippi Medical Center- 
are the Schools of Medicine and Nursing, graduate 
studies, training programs in medical technology, 
X-ray technology and medical record library science 
and the University Hospital. Full-time enrollment 
reached 61 I this year. The Center's scientific re- 
search kept pace: outside grant support, a meaning- 
ful index, is nearly $3,000,000 a year. The Medical 
Center opened in 1955 and has shown phenomenal 
progress in its first decade. 



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Hume Hall provides facilities for the School of Pharmacy and the Departments of Biology 
and Mathematics. 



SCHOOL OF 
PHARMACY 



DEAN CHARLES W. HARTMAN 



Special education and training necessary for the 
successful practice of pharmacy is offered by the 
School of Pharmacy created in 1908 by the Board 
of Trustees of the University. After two years of pre- 
professional courses, three years of specialized study 
lead to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Phar- 
macy. 

The school is accredited by the American Council 
on Pharmaceutical Education and belongs to the 
American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. 




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Pharmacy students prepare trial prescriptions to gain first-hand experiense. 



Future druggists learn to think accurately and 
judge precisely. 




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Typing students gain the knowledge and skills every businessman 
depends upon. 

An instructor informs his student of the latest job opportunities. 




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SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 
AND GOVERNMENT 

Fol'owing its inception in 1917, the School of 
Commerce, housed in modern Conner Hall, has af- 
forded the University with a curriculum suited for 
both those who will own a business and those who 
will occupy responsible positions in administration 
and governmental units. 

Four degrees are offered through the School of 
Commerce: Bachelor of Business Administration, 
Bachelor of Public Administration, Bache'or of Sci- 
ence in Commerce, Bachelor of Science in Journal- 
ism. 

It is a member of the American Association of 
Collegiate Schools of Business. 



DEAN CLIVE F. DUNHAM 




Conner Hall provides modern air-conditioned classrooms 
and offices for the School of Business and Government. 



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GRADUATE 
SCHOOL 



One hundred seven years after the first courses 
were offered at the graduate level, the University 
of Mississippi formally organized its Graduate 
School. 

From 1920, two decades passed before a definite 
program of graduate study with a minimum resi- 
dence requirements of one academic year was in 
augurated. 

The Graduate School co-operates and adminis- 
ters graduate study and research and holds member- 
ship in the Council of Graduate Schools of the 
United States and in the Conference of Deans of 
Southern Graduate Schools. 



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The Graduate Building is the center of advanced learning. 



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A Graduate student finds peace and quiet in the seclusion offered by the 
library. 



The Museum of Art and Classical Archaeology, located in the Graduate Build- 
ing, contains an outstanding collection of Greek and Roman antiquities. 



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The President's Cabinet Seated from Left to Right: Judy Coursey, 
Freddie Roberts, Jornn Corlew, Katie Hester, Donnie Brock. Standing: 
Richard Wilcox, Marty Smira, Gary Roberson, Robert Hauberg, Frankie 
Lambert, Ron Cole, Jim Martin, Lew Powell. 



ASSOCIATED STUDENT BODY 



JOHN CORLEW 
President 




The Associated Student Body is supposedly the 
Ole Miss Student Government. It is, because it's 
composed of students. It isn't because it governs 
nothing. 

ASB President John Corlew's achievements were 
impressive: two fraternity brothers appointed to 
major posts; a school spirit campaign which pushed 
the football team to its worst season in years; an LSU 
Victory Train which didn't materialize — the victory 
or the train. 

Yet the Corlew administration must be ranked 
among the best. The failures were often due to stu- 
dent apathy. The ASB tried, through the Depart- 
ment of Academic Affairs and University Develop- 
ment and the mock election, to do more in areas of 
significance with which student policies were rarely 
concerned. 



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TRAFFIC BOARD— Left to Right: Lynn Blackwell, Lindsey Harp, Chair- 
man; and Lucy Gerhart. 



ASB JUDICIAL COUNCIL— Left to Right: Justice Miller Holmes, 
Justice William Yates, Chief Justice Cy Faneca, Justice John Travis, 
and Justice Ed Snyder. 




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First Row: 

E. Addleton, P. Barrett, C. Boggs, F. 
Bourn, S. Davis, K. Deepak, J. 
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SeconJ Row: 

D. Duncan, D. Evans, J. Ezell, L. Fox 

M. J. Gillulv, 

Crubbs. 



B. Gottshall, C. 



Third Row: 

Sandra Hall, D. Jones, J. Jones, S. 

Keffer, K. Kipp, A. Loper, B. Mc- 

Gehee. 



Fourth Row: 

C. McGee, T. McRay, J. Maxey, J. 

Mavfield R. Montjoy, P. Moore, E. 

Noble. 



Fifth Row: 

F. Njset, W. Nunnery. B. Price, J. 
Ramay, J. Randle, G. Rawson, R. 
Renfro. 



Sixth Row: 

M. Ritchey, R. Roberts, N. R. Rob- 
bins, S. Rush, A. Simmons, G. Sisco, 

L. Sihman. 



Sevenlh Row: 

J. Smilh. E. Streed, J. Todaro, P. 
Town-hend, H. Umpress, J. Walden, 
D. Wells. 



Eiqhth Row: 

J. Wexler, L. Yjrbrouqh, A. Yates, 
E. Zoqhby. 

Not Pictured: 

Phylis Acree, Don Barrett, Cecil 
Brown, Alva Brumfield, Anna Cox, 
Reuben Crestman, Beverly Cory, 
Ralph Hemphill, Susan Heyward, 
Russell Johnson, Samuel Montgom- 
ery, Larry Outlaw, Bo Roberts, 
Larkin Smith. 








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CAMPUS 
SENATE 



The medium between the administration and the 
student body at the University of Mississippi is the 
Campus Senate. Charged with the responsibility of 
dealing with student affairs, the legislative body of 
the Associated Student Body has grown into an out- 
standing feature of campus activities. 

Freddie Roberts, Vice-President of the Student 
Body, serves as the presiding officer of the Senate. 
Hard work, intelligence, and leadership character- 
ize the senators who are elected to represent each 
of the Greek fraternities, dormitories, districts of 
Vet-Village, and the day students. 



FRED ROBERTS 
President 



Officers, Front Row, Left to Right: Brenda Rush, Fred Roberts, Katie 
Hester. Second Row: Bo Roberts, Gary Roberson, and Horace Lester. 




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MISS JUDY COURSEY 

President Associated Women Students 



ASSOCIATED 
WOMEN STUDENTS 



The AWS, composed of every woman student on 
campus, is a self-governing organization, headed by 
an Executive Council of six officers elected by popu- 
lar vote and a Judicial Council composed of one ap- 
pointed representative from each class. 

From each girls' residence hall is elected a House 
Council consisting of a president, secretary, treas- 
urer, and two representatives from each floor. The 
Judicial Council is responsible for the enforcement 
of dormitory and sorority regulations. A Legislative 
Council, made up of dormitory and sorority house 
presidents and secretaries, formulates these regula- 
tions, subject to the approval of the Dean of 
Women. 

The President's Council, composed of the dormi- 
tory and sorority house presidents, meets once a 
week with the AWS President, Judy Coursey, to dis- 
cuss common problems. 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL— Left to Right: Susan Thomas, Judicial Secre- 
tary; Judi Simpson, Treasurer; Martha Aldridge, Vice President; Judy 



Coursey, President; Delores Smith, Executive Secretary; Betty Price, 
Judicial Chairman. 




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PRESIDENT'S COUNCIL 

First Row: June Allen, Cheryl Bobbitt, Mary Chatman, Gail Garth, Dixie 
Hickman. Second Row: Fern Jones, Judy Judge, Hallie Kimbrouqh, Anne 
Marlow, Shirley Payne. Third Row: Joyce Ramay, Cecila Richardson, 
Dianne Shaffer, Betty Smith, Ann Sullivant. 



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Massi Pachioni, Advertising Manager; and Griffin Harrell, Assistant Editor. 



MARSHALL BENNETT 
Editor-in-Chief 





FLOYD MELTON 
Business Manager 



Seated: Sandy Bowen, Greek Editor; and Horace Lester, Organizations Editor. Stand- 
ing: Carol Sellers, Administration and Student Government Editor; Glenda Rawson, 
Class Editor; David Houston, Military Editor; and Don Barrett, Athletic Editor. 



THE OLE MISS 



lr is not an easy task to edit the OLE MISS Year- 
book, but it is an enjoyable one. It is a task which 
requires much imagination, coordination, and hard 
work. It is a task from which much satisfaction can 
be derived. 

Marshall Bennett moved up from Editorial assist- 
ant in 1 964 to Editor-in-chief of the 1965 OLE MISS. 



This year's effort has produced a bigger yearbook 
with a greater display of activities than ever before. 
We, the staff, feel that this has been a wonder- 
ful year. We have gained from the experience of 
putting out this yearbook. We sincerely hope that 
this yearbook will enhance your memory of the year 
1964-1965. 



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Marshall Bennett Editor-in-Chief 

Floyd Melton Business Manager 

EDITORIAL STAFF 

Griffin H. Harrell Assistant Editor 

Carol Sellers Administration and Student Government Editor 

Glenda Rawson Class Editor 

Mary Chatman Features Editor 

Sandy Bowen Greek Editor 

Horace Lester Organizations Editor 

Don Barrett Sports Editor 

David Houston Military Editor 

Buddy Stewart Chief Photographer 

Ron Edwards Chief Photographer 

Ray Hudson Photographer 

Mike Zalocusky Photographer 

Bill Clayton Photographer 

George Scrivener Photographer 

Chad Wood Editorial Assistant 

Mike Malouf Editorial Assistant 

Shirley Bennett Editorial Assistant 

Genie Hardin Executive Secretary 

BUSINESS STAFF 
Massie Pacchione Advertising Manager 

Front Row, Left to Right: Griffin Harrell, Marshall Bennett, and David 
Houston. Second Row: Amelia Loper, Jane Simpson, Sandy Bowen, 
Glenda Rawson, Don Barrett, Carol Sellers, and Massi Pachioni. Third 
Row: George Scrivner, Bill Clayton, Horace Lester, and Chad Wood. 




OLE MISS Photographers: Buddy Stewart, Ray Hudson, Mike Zalocusky, and 
Ron Edwards. 




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ED WILLIAMS 
Editor 



JOE McCARTY 
Business Manager 



THE MISSISSIPPI 



Ed Williams Editor 

Joe McCarty Business Manager 

Eric Streed Circulation Manager 

Gene Fair Executive Editor 

Nancy Mason Managing Editor 

Julie Smith, Jim Morgan Associate Editors 

Joe Lee, Bill Rochelle Associate Editors 

Jimmy Comer, Tommy Houston News Editors 



Beth Parks, Sandy Keffer News Editors 

Dolores Smith Society Editor 

Charles Overby Sports Editor 

Mike Wade Intramurals 

Steve Elkins ... . . ... Photographer 

BUSINESS STAFF 

Dennis Voge, Jack Veazey Advertising 

David Manifold, Don Barron Circulation 




Gene Fair, Executive Editor, and Nancy Mason, Managing 
Editor. 



The outstanding achievement of the Mississippian 
this year was having three different editors before 
Thanksgiving. 

The first, Kathrine Webb, withdrew from school 
because of illness. Billy Greer was then appointed 
interim editor. Greer kept the paper coming out 
until Ed Williams was chosen editor in a special elec- 
tion. 

Williams was elected editor less than two years 
after he was defeated in a race for the office by the 
largest margin in the history of campus politics. Run- 
ning unopposed, he received over 75 per cent of the 
votes, defeating Governor George Wallace and 
others. 



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A reporter interviews for a story. 

Front Row: Kay Dunlap, Ed Williams, Joe McCarty, Billy 
Greer, Nancy Mason, Gene Fair, Julie Smith. Second 
Row: Dick Wilcox, Jack Veazey, Virginia Brown, Joe Lee, 



Associate Editors, Joe Lee, Julie Smith, Bill Rochelle, Katherine Webb, 
and Photographer Steve Elkins proof-read an edition of the MISSIS- 
SIPPIAN. 

Delores Smith, Danny Roy, Ted Hannah, Tom Houston, 
Jim Morgan. 




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CONCERT COMMITTEE— Front Row: Ann Sullivan, Donna White, 
Anna Catherine Dunn, Diane Naff, Marty Bee, Judy Hemphill. Back 



Row: Bill Deterly, Johnny Keesee, Art Clark, Shelby Edwards, Glen 
Harwell, Jimmy Price. 



DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AFFAIRS 



RAYNER GRAEBER 
Director of Social Affai.s 



The ASB Department of Social Affairs is headed 
by Rayner Graeber and is one of the most vital de- 
partments in the operation of the ASB. It is this de- 
partment that selects and provides the entertain- 
ment for the student body. 

The Concert Committee sponsors and helps stage 
the appearances of such stars as the Brothers Four 
and Johnny Cash at Ole Miss. 

The outstanding movies brought to the student 
body are the work of the Movie Committee. 

The purpose of the Talent Night Committee is to 
stage Showboat Night which is for the benefit of the 
Scholarship Fund. Under the Dance Committee 
come such activities as the Homecoming Dance, 
Dixie Week Dance, and others. 

Entertainment assumes an important place in the 
lives of the University set, and the committees in 
the department work hard to get the very best avail- 
able for the Ole Miss student body. 




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MISS UNIVERSITY PAGEANT— Griffin Harrell, Karen 
Clifford, Jim Martin, Jo Anne Shirley, and Donnie 
Brock. 



DANCE COMMITTEE— Seated, Left to Right: Louise 
Cromer, Anne Gatewood, Marjo Thorton, and Dea 
Duckworth, Standing: Monty Jones. Jesse Tutor, Louis 
Davitt, Johnny Easley, Howard Davis, and Frank Austin. 



MOVIE COMMITTEE— Seated, Left to Right: Elizabeth 
Carter, Jim White, Chairman; Berry Lannom, and 
Sandy Smith. Standing: Bill McGhee, Sandy Chastz, 
Linda Grimes, and Parrish' Taylor. 




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PUBLICITY COMMITTEE— Seated: Linda Gibson, De Vane Fair, Ron 
Cole — Chairman, Jim Wheeler — Executive Assistant, Lou Ann Hart- 



graves. Standing: Emil Pau, Anne Smith, Pat Cole, Adele Peresich, 
Kathy MacDonald, Joe Garrison. 



ASB DEPARTMENT OF PUBLICITY 



RON COLE 
Chairman 




Any ASB group needing publicity in any form 
turns to Ron Cole and his ASB Publicity Commit- 
tee. This committee provides the campus and local 
radio stations and the Mississippian with all ASB 
news releases. Special news from Ole Miss furnished 
for radio and television stations comes from this 
committee. 

Handbill design and distribution are also included 
in the duty of the Pbulicity Committee. The Activi- 
ties Calendar, the posters, and the display windows 
on campus are also kept by this group. "This Week 
at Ole Miss" and other news letters originate in this 
committee and are distributed on the campus and 
throughout the state to give the people of the state 
a closer look at the University and its activities. 



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SCHOOL SPIRIT COMMITTEE— Seated, Left to Right: Dianne Conner, 
Gary Roberscn, and Carmen Roberson. Standing: Dick Glaze, Freddie 



Travis, ar.d Gene Taylor 



SCHOOL SPIRIT COMMITTEE 



GARY ROBERSON 

Chairman 



One of the busiest committees on campus this 
year has been the School Spirit Committee under 
the direction of chairman Gary Roberson. For the 
first time competition has been held for the greatest 
display of school spirit throughout the seasons. Large 
silver trophies were awarded to the male and female 
groups who won this competition. For the greatest 
display of school spirit in one week, a color T.V. was 
given at the Ole Miss-State game this year. 

This committee is responsible for the distribution 
of Rebel flags at football games and has worked 
closely with the Megaphone and Cardinal Clubs to 
enrich the school spirit at Ole Miss. 

Much of the great improvement in school spirit 
this year can be attributed to the work of this com- 
mittee. 



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MISSISSIPPI LAW JOURNAL 



The Mississippi Law Journal is a legal periodical published four 
times each year by the Mississippi State Bar, the faculty, and the 
Students. 

The Editorial Board and Staff is composed of students in the 
School of Law chosen by the faculty for scholarship and ability in 
the field of legal writing. The student notes consist of carefully pre- 
pared criticisms of recent important decisions and of exhaustive 
comments upon selected legal problems. 




Seated, Left to Right: W. Thad Ccchran, Article Editor; Emmett Ne.l 
Young, Business Manager; John A. Travis, III, Editor-in-Chief; Joe T. 
Dehmer, Jr., Research Editor; William M. Dye, Comment Editor ; 
James W. Burgoon, Jr., Casenote Editor. Standing: Tom Stewart Lee, 
Research Editor; Don Preston Lacy, Index and Review Editor; Alfred G. 
Nicols, Jr., Landman Teller, Jr., Robert Conrad Khayat, John G. Gour- 
lay, Jr., William Frank Hagan, Arthur Earl Ray, Jr., A. Vincent Black- 
well, Aleita Ann Sullivan, and James Shelby George. Not Pictured: 
Virgil G. Gillespie, Sam Dove Knowlton, II, Assistant Editor; Howard 
Owen Leach, Nick Mavar, Jr., and Edward S. Nelson. 



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MOOT COURT 



Actual courtroom procedure is taught to law students by the ex- 
perience and training gained by participation in the Moot Court. 
The Moot Court Board, composed of students chosen on the basis 
of their scholastic record, is appointed by the faculty. Students par- 
ticipate in both trial and appellate work, interviewng clients and 
witnesses, preparing appellate briefs, and conducting courtroom 
arguments. One faculty member and two senior law students serve 
as justices in appellate cases while a well-known practicing attor- 
ney usually sits as judge in trial cases. 




Seated, Left to Right: Dudley Bridgforth, Thomas Tenfelde, T. J. 
Gardener, Robert T. Mils David C. Bramlette, John Wheeless, and 
Thomas J. O'Beirne. Standing: William H. Barr, Jim B. Rogers, Josh 
Stevens, Charles M. Merlcel, William G. Yates, Jr., E. Evan Davis, Jr., 
and David M. Smith. 



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First Row: Lassie Cooke, Anne Tomlinson, Beverly Whitten, Martha 
Chadwick. Back Row: Bennett Chotard, Bunker Hill, Bubba McArthur, 
Al Brady. 



Ole Miss Cheerleaders lead the Rebels onto the field at L.S.U. 



CHEERLEADERS 



The group responsible for the direction of athletic 
event support is the Ole Miss cheerleaders. This 
group is composed of eight members elected by the 
student body to serve for one year. Veteran cheer- 
leader Bubba McArthur is assisted by Lassie Cook, 
Anne Tomlinson, Beverly Whitten, Martha Ann 
Chadwick, Al Brady, Bunker Hill and Bennett Cho- 
tard. 

These eight people lead the Rebels to victory and 
aid the student body in their attempts to display 
school spirit. They are assisted by the freshman 
cheerleaders who are selected by the varsity cheer- 
leaders at the beginning of the school year. 



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ELECTIONS 
COMMISION 



JOHNNY EASLEY 

Chairman 



The Elections Commission, under the leadership 
of Chairman Johnny Easley, is responsible for ail 
campus elections. Composed of permanent mem- 
bers appointed by the ASB President and confirmed 
by the Senate, the commission was responsible for 
installing the present IBM system of voting which 
has subsequently been adopted by other state uni- 
versities. A special feature conducted by the Elec- 
tions Commission this year was the mock presidential 
election. 




Seated, Left to Right: Marjo Thornton, Secretary; Johnny Easley, 
Chairman; Brenda Lokey, Auditor. Second Row: Sandy Bowen, Sara 
Catherine Jordan, Jan Harris, Jeannie Wiley, Jane Wilson, Mary Lynn 



Todaro, Peggy Bynum, Ann Marlowe, Ann Warren, Pam Vaughn. Third 
Row: Conley Cox, Jim Price, Jimmy Hawkins, Jerry Riddell, Bill Lips- 
comb, Gil Martin. 




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Ole Miss coeds, representing both women's residential 
hal's and sororities, annually participate in the Parade of 
Beauties sponsored by the Yearbook. As candidates for 
Beauty, the girls etre introduced to a panel of five distin- 
guished judges at a luncheon and at individual interviews. 
On the evening of the Parade, the Beauty candidates are 
presented formally to the student body, and ten of them 
are then selected by the judges to represent the traditional 
beauty at the University of Mississippi. 



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Contestants under scrutiny even during dinner. 
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The Parade of Favorites and Beauties is an annual event 
of the University which is sponsored by the Ole Miss Year- 
book. Held in the fall at Fulton Chapel, the Parade of 1965 
was presented to the student body as a resemblance of the 
Broadway production of My Fair Lady. The sets, music, 
and entertainment were so coordinated as to give the audi- 
ence the sensation of viewing one of Broadway's best 
shows. 



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The 1965 Ole Miss Yearbook and Mr. Robert Alexander of Grenada, Missis- 
sippi, official photographer for the Features annual, very proudly present the 
top five Beauties of the University of Mississippi in their respective order. To 

match the loveliness of the Beauties the Yearbook chose Jackson's Mynelle 
Gardens as the setting for their individual portraits. The Governor's Mansion 
was then chosen to capture the radiance of the Beauties in a single pose. 




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MISS SHERYL LYNNE SAUCIER 

BEAUTY 




MISS ROSEANN ELIZABETH HARWOOD 

BEAUTY 





MISS BARBARA ANN ALLEN 

BEAUTY 



MISS CHERYL ANNE HAYNIE 

BEAUTY 





MISS FLEETA ELIZABETH FOX 

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Ellen O'Neal 
Louise Cromer 
Amanda Brown 
Anne McCaslin 



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Sally Holloman 



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PARADE OF FAVORITES 



Ole Miss coeds, representing both women's residential halls 
and sororities, annually participate in the Parade for Favorites 
sponsored by the Yearbook. As candidates for Favorite, the 
girls are introduced to the student body on the evening of 
the Parade. The students then elect ten of these coeds to 
represent some of the most popular girls at the University of 
Mississippi. 




Sherry Enochs 
Judy Coursey 



Martha Ann Chadwiclc 
Beverly Whitten 




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Miss Judy Coursey 
Franlcie Lambert 



MISS OLE MISS AND COLONEL REBEL 



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Miss Patricia Alice Pucke+t 



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Miss Amanda Brown 



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Miss Sharon Anne Jones 
PHARMACY QUEEN 




Miss Lassie Cooke 
DERBY DAY QUEEN 





Miss Carolyn Posey 
ENGINEERING QUEEN 



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Marshall Goodloe Bennett 



Miss Kathryn Healy Hester 



Franklin Talley Lambert 



HALL OF FAME 



The highest honor that can be bestowed upon an 
Ole Miss student is to be selected to the Hall of 
Fame. Members of the Hall of Fame are chosen on 
the basis of leadership, scholarship, loyalty, spirit, 
devotion, and service to the University. 

The selection is conducted in such a manner as 
to be entirely free from campus politics. A Selec- 
tion Committee established by the Campus Senate 
sends out requests for nominations to the persons 
holding the twelve most significant positions on 
the campus. Those students nominate twenty-four 
students to make the actual selection. The twenty- 



four students who are selected then vote for the six 
persons on the campus who they feel deserve this 
great honor. The six students who receive the 
greatest number of votes from the Committee are 
the students who are selected. 

This students chosen for the 1965 Hall of Fame 
are: Marshall Bennett, Editor of THE OLE MISS; 
Judy Coursey, President of the AWS; David Guy- 
ton, Vice-President of Omicron Delta Kappa; Katie 
Hester, Secretary of the ASB; Frankie Lambert, 
President of the M Club; Ed Williams, Editor of The 
Mississippian. 



David Lee Guyton 



Miss Myra Judith Coursey 



Edwin Neel Williams 




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HALL OF FAME — Left to Right: Katie 
Hester, Marshall Bennett, Ed Williams, 
Judy Coursey, David Guyton, Frankie Lam- 
bert. 



129 




First Row: A. J. Lee, R. T. Bennett, D. D. Jones, C. S. Boren, R. M. 
Todd, M. G. Bennett, C. R. Montgomery, J. T. Dehmer, W. M. Dye. 
Second Row: R. T. Bowen, D. A. Deline, H. A. Ladner, W. W. Sumrall, 
B. C. Jayne, A. D. Barnes, H. D. Brock, C. T. Faneca, C. C. Brown, 
D. B. Wilson, G. H. Blessey, L. F. Thurner. Third Row: S. D. Knowlton, 
A. G. Nichols, J. A. Travis, H. M. Love, B. V. Weathersby, E. N. 
Williams, R. S. Montjoy, J. M. O'Neal, J. R. Moore, B. G. Keller, K. E. 
Smith, F. M. Melton, J. M. Riddell, H. M. Stroud. Fourth Row: C. M. 
Stone, J. G. Corlew, J. A. Peden, W. T. McGlathery, R. E. Hauberg, 
D. L. Guyton, R. C. Williams, H. P. Graham, J. L. Martin, M. H. 
Carter, W. E. Ellington, J. L. Barksdale, G. H. Bergold, L. E. Powell, 
M. P. Holmes, L A. Blackwell. Not Pictured: S. Beach, T. Cochran, 
R. Khayat, F. Lambert, T. Lee, N. Mavar, A. G. Nichols, J. O'Mara, 
D. Price, F. Roberts, R. Ross, C. Terney. 



OMICRON DELTA KAPPA 



OFFICERS 

Len Blackwell President 

David Guyton Vice President 

Mr. Tom Hines Faculty Secretary 

Rees Bowen Treasurer 

Mr. Roscoe Cross Faculty Advisor 



Chartered at the University in 1936, Omicron 
Delta Kappa is a national organization which recog- 
nizes men for outstanding leadership and scholar- 



ship. Men are considered for their contributions to 
the University in the fields of scholarship, athletics, 
student government, publications and speech, music 
and dramatic arts. Membership in ODK is consid- 
ered the highest honor that a male can receive at 
Ole Miss. 

Primarily an honorary organization, Omicron Delta 
Kappa sponsors, in conjunction with Mortar Board, 
a forum series which brings nationally known speak- 
ers to the campus. 



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LEONARD BLACKWELL 
President 



Air Force Major Ralph Barbour speaks on the 
crisis in Viet Nam at an ODK luncheon. 



Orrvcron Delta Kappa Officers Len Blackwell, David Guyton, and Rees Bowen. 




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Mortar Board Officers Martha Aldridge, Ann McCully, Jimmie Sue Walker, and Betty Price. 





Belle Privette and Martha Aldridge publicize an ODK-Mortar Board 
Forum. 



Mimi Jones, Sally Kate Winters, and Betty Price participate in another 
ODK-Mortar Board activity: providing gifts for men and women at the 
Old Folks' Home. 



MARTHA ALDRIDGE 
President 




MORTAR BOARD 



OFFICERS 
Martha Aldridge . 


. . . . president 


Jan Griffin 

Ann McCully ... 

Jimmie Sue Walker .... 


. . Vice President 

. . . . Secretary 

. . . Treasurer 



Mortar Board, a national honor society for senior 
women, was founded at Cornell University on Feb- 
ruary 16, 1919. Its membership on the Ole Miss cam- 
pus consists of senior women who have proved them- 
selves outstanding in scholarship, leadership, and 
service to the University. 

In addition to being a means of recognition of 
achievement, Mortar Board attempts to utilize the 
capabilities of its members through service projects 
which meet the needs of the University community. 



P.ont Row: K. H. Hester, J. D. Kodge, C. Bobbitt, J. S. Walker, J. E. 
Downer. Second Row: N. Coursey, M. L. Jones, B. A. Price, S. L. Sin- 
gleterry, P. Savage, A. Hemer. Third Row: M. Aldridge, E. G. Lott, 
S. A. Jones, P. Q. Bynum, M. A. McCully. Not Pictured: R. K. Clegg. 
J. Griffin, D. D. Jones, M. Littlejohn, B. Privets, E. Sartor, S. Tutor, 
S. K. Winters. 




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PHI KAPPA PHI 




THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI CHAPTER 
Faculty and Alumni 



Frank A. Anderson, Ph.D.; Russell E. Aven, Ph.D.; Russell H. Barrett, 
Ph.D.; Joseph O. Baylen, Ph.D.; Lewis C. Bell, Ph.D.; Lee N. Bolen, 
Ph.D.; W. Alton Bryant, Ph.D.; J. Allen Cabaniss, Ph.D.; Geneva B. 
Carroll, M.A.; Noel A. Childress, Ph.D.; Mary Cone, M.A.; Edward P. 
Connell, LL.B.; Victor A. Coulter, Ph.D.; Roscoe Cross, B.C.L.; E. Edward 
Davidson, M.B.A.; Mary N. DeShazo, M.S.; Mae E. Fortenberry, A.M.; 
George A. Garrett, Ph.D.; Gay Grundy Greve, M.A.; Evans B. Harrington, 
M.S.; Benjamin I. Harrison, Ph.D.; J. Sykes Hartin, Ph.D.; Charles E. 
Hartman, Ph.D.; David L. Hicks, B.A.; William T. Hicks, Ph.D.; Edward 
H. Hobbs, Ph.D.; Maeburn B. Huneycutt, Ph.D.; Mrs. Anita C. Hutcher- 
son, M.A.; Harriet J. Jackson, M.A.; Richard E. Keye, Ed.D.; Randolph 



Thomas H. Koehler, M.A.; Arthur B. Lewis, Ph.D 
Ph.D.; Bennie B. McNew, Ph.D.; Annie E. Mills, M.L.S. 
, Jr., M.A.; Ross E. Morrow, Ph.D.; Dorothea B. Morse 
Marston, Ph.D.; Forrest W. Murphy, Ed.D.; Carl W 
W. Lewis Nobles, Ph.D.; Charles E. Noyes, Ph.D. 
Ph.D.; Thomas M. Pullen, Ph.D.; Jerry F. Reed, B.S. 

Leland F. Roy, Ph.D.; James W. Silver, Ph.D.; Alliston Slade, M.A. 

William E. Strickland, Ph.D.; Samuel S. Talbert, Ph.D.; Tom J. Truss, Ph.D. 

Gerald W. Walton, M.A.; John D. Williams, Ed.D.; William E. Wilson 

M.A. 



G. Kinabrew, Ph.D.: 
Y. John McGaha, 
Henry R. Mitchell 
Ph.D.; Robert Q. 
Nabors, M.M.A.; 
Gerald S. Pierce, 



Student Members and Others 



Siephen Leeds Beach, George H. Bergold, Carolyn J. Bickerstaff, Mrs. 
Robert Ellis, Karl David Gottschalk, Hardy Poindexter Graham, David 
Lee Guyton, Jerry F. Hiers, Sarah G. Kelley, James W. Lewis, Robert J. 



Long, Nick A. Mavar, Charles Merkel, John Roger Moore, Andrea Jo 
Nelms, Patricia Ann Puckett, Arthur Earl Ray, Beverly Gwen Robinson, 
John A. Travis, Juliet Hart Walton, James E. Williams. 






ELECTED APRIL, 1964 

Faculty and Staff 

Bennie B. McNew, Ph.D.; Leland Roy, Ph.D.; Tom J. Truss, Ph.D.; William 
E. Strickland, Ph.D. 



Students 



Leigh Brisco Allen, III, Law; James Love Barksdale, Business; Asit Kumar 
Bej, Graduate; James Oliver Bishop, Liberal Arts; Frederick Ross Cobb, 
Medicine; Claude Veazey DeShazo, Jr., Medicine; Joan Elaine Downer, 
Education; Raymond Carl Hill, Business; Miller Payne Holmes, Jr., 
Business; James Robert King, Education; Franklin Talley Lambert, Busi- 
ness; Margaret Ann McCully, Business; John Thomas Morris, Jr., Liberal 
Arts; Stirling Bacot Williams, Education; Wallace Henry Andrews, Jr., 
Liberal Arts; James Dickson Bomboy, Liberal Arts; Jerry Wayne Cannon, 
Liberal Arts; Melissa Jean Chambers, Liberal Arts; Patricia Crutchfield, 
Liberal Arts; Carlos R. Dollar, Engineering; Lee Pryor Foster, Liberal 



Arts; Sandra Lee Gray, Nursing; Harriet Lloyd Harper, Liberal Arts; 
Robert E. Hauberg, Liberal Arts; Cullum Jefferson Heard, Pharmacy; 
Kathryn Healy Hester, Liberal Arts; Ann Traughber Lucas, Medicine; 
Betty Creech Moss, Liberal Arts; Susan Jean Price, Liberal Arts; Belle 
Frances Privette, Liberal Arts; John Marion Rid del i, Engineering; Betty 
Earle Ross, Nursing; Elizabeth Ann Sartor, Education; Elizabeth Ellen 
Seay, Liberal Arts; Robert Dee Thompson, Liberal Arts; David Eugene 
Ulmer, Medicine; Harry Albert Watson, Liberal Arts; Sally Kate Winters, 
Liberal Arts. 



ELECTED NOVEMBER, 1964 



Carolyn E. Anderson, Liberal Arts; Frances Ann Davidson, Liberal Arts; 
Anthony Earl Hale, Business; Guy Buchanan Harrell, Business; Rebecca 
Sue Harrell, Liberal Arts; Anna Evellyn Hemer, Liberal Arts; Jo Currie 
Dent Hodge, Liberal Arts; Michael Allan Home, Liberal Arts; Daniel 
Clyde Hughes, Jr., Business; Heber A. Ladner, Liberal Arts; William 
Edward Lester, Liberal Arts; Edna Green Lott, Liberal Arts; George 



William Manifold, Liberal Arts; John Phillip Morrow, Engineering; Louis 
Edward McGuire, Graduate; John Barton McMullan, Liberal Arts; 
James Alton Peden, Jr., Liberal Arts; Guy Warren Pickle, Business; Ruth 
V. Mann Reed, Business; Margaret Louise Savage, Liberal Arts; Kendric 
Earl Smith, Liberal Arts. 



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First Row: J. C. Custy, J. L. Ford, M. J. Daughton, 
K. A. Abraham, L. D. Hanberry, J. C. Johnson. Second 
Row: O. G. Tillman, L. M. Justice, J. S. Watson, M. E. 
Ferguson, M. A. Martin, K. C. Clifford. Not Pictured: 
J. Adams, J. Cromwell, J. Kinard, S. Mullendore, C. 
Quin, K. Rich. 



OFFICERS 

Katherine Abraham President 

Judi Adams Vice President 

Maretta Martin Secretary 

Janet Ford Treasurer 




ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA 

Alpha Lambda Delta is the honorary organization for freshman women 
at the University. To be eligible for membership, a co-ed must maintain a 
3.5 grade average throughout her freshman year. Initiation takes place at 
the beginning of a woman's sophomore year. 

Alpha Lambda Delta has set forth as its purposes the encouragement 
of superior scholastic attainment among freshman women and the promo- 
tion of a high standard of learning at Ole Miss. 



CWENS 



CWENS is a National Honorary Organization for sophomore women of 
which Mississippi lota Chapter is a part. 

The purpose of CWENS is to promote scholarship and leadership among 
freshman and sophomore students and to render service to the University. 
Only ten per cent of all freshman women who have attained a 3.00 grade 
average and have been outstanding in campus activities are selected each 
year. 



OFFICERS 

Mary Ann Hancock President 

Linda Hanberry Vice President 

Elizabeth Carter Secretary 

Roy McRoslcey Treasurer 

Douglas Allen Ritual Chairman 




First Row: L. D. Hanberry, S. L. Aust, J. Gibert, J. C. 
Johnson. Second Row: R. L. McRoslcey, S. E. Price, A. K 
Abernathy, J. S. Watson, M. A. Hancock, J. L. Ford, B. 
Butterfield. Third Row: E. C. Carter, L. O. Cooke r' J 
Cromwell, K. S. Rich, K. L. Clifford, J. L. Martin, N. 
Barlow. Fourth Row: K. A. Abraham, J. A. Adams, K. E. 
Everett, R. G. Ross, J. A. Singletary, M. D. Allen M A 
Martin, M. C. McCulloch. Not Pictured: C. Carrinqton 
J. Kinard, S. Wates. 



PHI ETA SIGMA 



OFFICERS 

Jesse White President 

Robert Guyton Vice President 

Eugene Fair Secretary 

Walter Shackelford Treasurer 

David Guyton Senior Advisor 



Phi Eta Sigma, national honor society for fresh- 
men, was founded to recognize superior scholastic 
achievement among first-year college students and 
to stimulate academic accomplishment on the Uni- 
versity campus. To be eligible for membership, a 
man must attain a 3.5 grade point average the first 
semester of his freshman year or an over-all 3.5 dur- 
ing his sophomore year for all preceding semesters. 

Striving to broaden the academic community aT 
the University by encouraging and recognizing su- 
perior scholarship, Phi Eta Sigma has maintained a 
notable record of outstanding intellectual accom- 
plishment among its members. 



Front Row: K. E. Smith, J. A. Peden, R. M. Todd, R. J. Joseph, R. A. 
Guyton, J. F. Arnett, W. M. Shackelford, C. C. Brown, J. S. Chase. 
Second Row: S. B. Williams, D. M. Williams, T. M. Wallace, R. L. 



Phillips, L. G. Bourland, N. P. Shapp'ey, J. E. Sanders, A. L. Corban. 
Third Row: L. E. Powell, J. P. Morrow, J. L. Barksdale, C. A. Ellis, D. L. 
Guyton, R, E. Hauberg, J. L. White, M. P. Holmes. 




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Front Row: J. L. Sauls, N. D. Fei- 
belman, D. W. Houston, D. D. 
Jones, F. E. Bourn, T. R. Montgom- 
ery, D. L. Bryant. Second Row: 
H. W. Sebren, B. V. L. Weathersby. 
A. L. Murphree, D. M. Boyd, W. C. 
Wood, B. R. Nichols, G. A. Stewart, 
F. G. Eubanks. Third Row: W. M. 
Aden, J. W. Barrett, H. A. Ladner, 
W. A. Scott, G. H. Berqold, Jr., J. 
W. Bolich, J. G. Corlew, A. F. Mc- 
Keiqney. 




JESSE WHITE 
President. 




The officers of Phi Eta Sigma are Jesse White, Robert Guyton, Walter 
Shackelford, and David Guyton. 



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Gull." At left, the Schoolmaster, Chris Garrison. 




The members of Alpha Psi Omega 
are: Andy Rich, Jim Hurdle, Jerry 
Kellum, Bobby Butterfield, Murphy 
Jones, Hal Dilworth, David Stock- 
ton, and Bob Regalbuto. 



The officers of Alpha Psi Omega are Jerry Kellum, Andy Rich, Blair Beasley, and Hal Dilworth. 




BLAIR BEASLEY 
President 




ALPHA PSI OMEGA 



OFFICERS 

Blair Beasley ' Cast Director 

Hal Dilworth Cast Stage Manager 

Jerry Kellum Cast Business Manager 



Alpha Psi Omega was founded in 1925 as a na- 
tional honorary dramatic fraternity to recognize and 
reward all phases of student participation in college 
play production. This fraternity is the largest na- 
tional college organization in any departmental field, 
with 340 college chapters, and in excess of 1700 
members. 



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The Sponsor of the Financiers is the Mississippi Bankers Association, whose Officers are (from left) Nat. S. Rogers, 
President; C. A. Miller, Jr., Vice-President; and Orrick Metcalfe, Treasurer. 




The Officers of the Financiers Club are James B. Wolf, Jimmy Love, 
Ronnie Raney, H. Donald Estes, and Robert Farmigoni. 




JIM WOLF 
President 



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FINANCIERS 



OFFICERS 

James B. Wolf President 

Jimmy Love, III . . . . Vice President 

Ronnie Raney . Secreatry-Treasurer 

H. Donald Estes . . Director 

Robert Farmigoni . Director 



Each year the Financiers Club at the University of 
Mississippi takes on new significance for students 
interested in banking and finance. 

The Club was organized in the spring of I 96 I with 
twenty-five charter members, and it is now com- 
posed of some sixty sophomore, junior, senior, and 
graduate students. It is affiliated with the Univer- 
sity's Chair of Banking, which is under the direction 
of Dr. Ben B. McNew and financially supported by 
Mississippi Bankers Association. 



The purposes of the Financiers Club are to bring 
successful financial executives to the University for 
speeches and lectures; to promote a closer fellow- 
ship among those students interested in banking and 
finance; to stimulate the study of various financial- 
institution practices; and to facilitate on-the-job 
training for banking students during the summer 
months. 

Special activities sponsored by the Financiers 
Club include a series of addresses by the officers of 
the Mississippi Bankers Association during the month 
of November, a Christmas dinner at the Oxford 
Country Club, and a visit each spring to the Missis- 
sippi Bank Management Conference in Jackson, 
Mississippi. 



Front Row: G. L. Abraham, M. C. Sumners, J. L. McArthur, R. W. 
Fulton, W. B. Lipscomb, S. K. Dear, E. L. Holt, R. E. Young, J. S. 
Love, K. W. Gong, R. W. Hamill. Second Row: H. D. Estes, R. B. Bos- 
well, C. H. Holcomb, P. H. Johnson, J. H. Leeper, D. W. Houston, 
S. J. Abdalla, G. D. Walcott, J. M. Kinard, J. E. Lotterhos, R. E. Farmi- 
goni, R. E. Stewart, R. L. Dalton. Third Row: R. E. Raney, J. M. Showah, 
J. E. Veazey, G. B. Payne F. E. Bourn, M. J. Keesee, III, C. H. Wood, 



M. E. Hodgson, R. S. Vaughan, J. B. Green, W. T. Shannon, J. A. Cole, 
E. D. Hodo, J. B. Wolf. Fourth Row: M. P. Holmes, B. B. McNew, F. G. 
Abney, S. N. Reese, S. D. Davis, J. D. Crow, A. D. Liollio, W. L. 
Nunnery, C. A. Cobb, M. C. Page, C. M. Black, R. B. Young, F. T. 
Lambert, S. C. Mims. Not Pictured: W. C. Dorsey, E. Hayward, W. V. 
Hutchcraft, W. Ligon, J. P. Little, F. C. Merchant, H. McCaslin, 
H. L. Nichols, B. L. Smith. 













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The officers of the University Singers are (from left) Janie Clinton, Katie Hester, Diane Conner, Lucy Burt, Kendric 
Smith, and Kent Dear. 





A group of Singers practice with Dr. James Coleman, Director of the 
University Singers. 



JEANNE CROMWELL 
Miss Concert Singers 



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OFFICERS 

Kent Dear President 

Dianne Conner Secretary 

Kendric Smith Librarian 

Janie Clinton, Lucy Burt Social Chairmen 

Katie Hester Publicity 

Bill Lipscomb Business Manager 



UNIVERSITY SINGERS 

The University Singers composes the tour choir of 
the University. The members are chosen by audition 
under the direction of Dr. James C. Coleman. 

The Singers perform for various campus functions 
as well as their own scheduled concerts. The group 
presents special performances for seasonal events, 
such as a special Christmas Cantata in December, 
and in the summer of I 964 sang by invitation at the 
New York World's Fair. 



Left to Right, Front Row: Susan Lomax, Karen Fancher, Janie Clinton, 
Diane Conner, Susan Sharpe, Sharon Green, Lila Ann Smith, Jill Watson, 
Lucy Burt, Amanda Brown, Anne Tomlinson, Helen Garrison, Virqima 
Hill, Katie Hester. Second Row: Dotti Johnson, Rita Fitchett, Evelyn 
Mitchell, Marlene Turner, Jane Biqqer, Celia Maxey, Jo Ellen Nettles, 
Linda Steele, Jackie Ledbetter, Ava Hardin, Linda Jetton, Ann Brown. 
Third Row: Eunice Shields, Doris Coleman, Carmille McCullouch, Douqlas 
Allen, Richie Turnipseed, Kenny Smith, Tom Chears, Douq Price, Mac 
Price, Bill Lipscomb, Charles Caperton, Bruce Payne. Fourth Row: Wes 
Sebren, Bill White, Max Hipp, Troy Parkinson, John Dubard, Marler 
Stone, David Boyd, Bob Chann, J'mmy Hawkins, Micheal Richey Bill 
Strawbridqe, Braxter Irby, Davis Manninq, Kent Dear, Scott Black. 




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WESLEY 
FOUNDATION 

OFFICERS 

Jan Crouch President 

Wallace Heggie, Karen Clifford Vice Presidents 

Jimmie Sue Walker, Jeanne Cromwell Secretaries 

Jim Ainsworth Treasurer 

Wesley Foundation is an organization for students 
who have the Methodist religion as a preference. 
The aim of the Wesley Foundation is to foster the 
social, moral, and spiritual needs of students by try- 
ing to create a greater personal relationship with 
God; and to strengthen ties with the church which 
assure full Christian maturity. 





Prayer is an essential part of every Wesley student's life. 



JAN CROUCH 
President 



The officers of Wesley Foundation are Jan Crouch, Jeanne Cromwell, Wallace Heggie, and Jim 
Ainsworth. 




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First Row: 

Jim Ainsworth, Susan Alford, Frank 
Anderson, Cheryl Bobbit, Charlene 
Boggs, Bonnie Burns, Leon Burton, 
Bobby Canup. 



Second Row: 

Bob Chestnut, Bobby Childress, Jep 
Clemens, Karen Clifford, Mary Beth 
Cooper, Mary Bibb Cock. John 
Corlew, Jeanne Cromwell. 



Third Row: 

Pam Davidson, Ruth Ann D vis, Jo 
Daniel, Janet Deare, Thorr s Den- 
ton, John Dogqett, Jim Ell tt, Don 
Elmore. 



Fourth Row: 

Tiny Bess Evans, Nora Finklea, 
Nancy Katherine Foose, Kaye Fos- 
ter, Sara Garner, Linda Gibson, 
Barbara Harmon, Walla- e hegqie, 



Fifth Row: 

Karen Henry, Warren Hiatt, Bill 

Hill, Cynthia Horn, Oliver Hord, 

Mike Legq, Bill Lipscomb, Rosemary 

Maxey. 



Sixth Row: 

Calico Maxwell, Bobby Mays, Carol 
Moody, Richard Moore, Kathy Mc- 
Donald, John McLaurin, Cathy 
Noah, Johnny Parker. 



Seventh Row: 

Pattie Paul, Bernard Puckett, Joyce 
Ramey, Glenda Rawson, Nori Rid- 
dle, Sue Roberts Elizabeth Sartor, 
Robert Seymour. 



Eighth Row: 

Walter Shackleford, Chip Shappley, 
Susan Sharpe, Jody Shelton, Jane 
Simpson, Judi Simpson, Kitty Simp- 
son, Amy Jo Smith. 



Ninth Row: 

Jimmy Smith, Margaret Smith, Win- 
nie Smith, Sally Thomas, Ken 
Tucker, Carole Walker, Jimmie Sue 
Walker, Clifford Webber. 



Tenth Row: 

Bob Wellman, Barbara White, 
Sandra Williams, Sally Kate Winters. 
Carol Work. 



Not Pictured: 

D. Abernathy, M. Arnold, D. Bale/, 
G. Boyles, J. Boyles, J. Clark, F. 
Grove, J. Hammond, M. Harrison, 
B. Hill, B. Jones, A. Killingsworth, T. 
Leggett, C. Lister, D. Mize, J. 
Moore, E. Mulhearn, H. McAllister, 
I. Nelson, M. Peacock, J. Phiffer, S. 
Price, B. Privette, L. Rea, J. Rhodes, 
A. Russell, M. F. Scaloemer, B. 
Stone, E. Tabor, E. Tripp, H. Tripp, 
M. Tripp, T. Wallace. 



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ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 



Pre-Med students maintaining a 3.00 average over three semes- 
ters may be awarded membership in Alpha Epsilon Delta. 

The objectives of the society are to encourage excellence in pre- 
medical work by furnishing a goal toward which the student may 
strive during the early semesters of his or her pre-medical career; 
to bind together similarly interested students; and to bridge the 
gap between the spirit of the pre-medical school and that of the 
School of Medicine. 



OFFICERS 

David Guy+on President 

Jim Bishop Vice President 

Mimi Hummel Secretary 

Woodie Mason Treasurer 

Dr. Harley P. Tripp Faculty Advisor 




Front Row: N. C. Coursey, M. L. Hummell, F. A. Davidson, N. J. Harris, 
R. S. Harrell. Second Row: J. D. Bishop, R. L. Phillips, J. S. Chase, 
J. W. Bailey, F. M. Massey, W. P. Thompson. Third Row: G. W. Mani- 
fold, T. D. Shaw, D. L. Guyton, R. A. Smith, W. L. Mason. Not Pic- 
tured: L. S. Baygents, W. J. Radler. 



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ALPHA PHI OMEGA 



OFFICERS 

David Campbell President 

George Buck Vice President 

William T. Gafford Secretary-Treasurer 

Edwin T. Cofer Business Manager 

Dr. John Douglas Faculty Advisor 



Students who wish to join a service fraternity may become eligi- 
ble for membership in Alpha Phi Omega if they have been affiliated 
with Boy Scouts of America sometime during their life. 

The purpose of Alpha Phi Omega is service to the campus, com- 
munity, and nation. At Ole Miss the members serve as ushers a!" 
many social events, sponsor rifle matches for Scouts, and operate 
the Alpha Phi Omega Student Book Exchange for students to seli 
their used textbooks. 




Front Row: W. Barkley, S. D. Harris, B. J. Canup, R. L. Scarbrough, 
A. A. Lacy, J. G. Douglas. Second Row: W. M. Shackelford, W. T. 
Gafford, J. C. Cox, G. S. Buck, J. P. Brown, W. G. Greer. Third Row: 
E T. Cofer, S. K. Cooper, J. Champion, D. H. Campbell, J. R. Austin. 
Not Pictured: J. V. Coggin, W. R. Davis, M. V. Tubbs, Toby M. Wal- 
lace. 



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ALPHA SIGMA SIGMA 



The spirit of Alpha Sigma Sigma has more than accidental cor- 
respondence with the Anglo-Saxon, lower-case version of its name. 
If you have gotten in the way or fallen under the influence of one or 
its members, you grasp the point. Alpha Sigma Sigma's will not 
suffer to be tread on, and when they are, they readily reveal the 
stratum of their personality that qualifies them for membership. 

Lest you dismiss Alpha Sigma Sigma with a laugh, be reminded 
that the sixty-ninth section of Alpha Sigma Sigma's membership 
committee is scouring the campus for neophytes. If your normally 
equable personality has another, more untoward side, you are al- 
ready under consideration. Only a very disagreeable balling session 
stands between you and the nomination. 



OFFICERS 

Ben Everett Big ASS 

John Corlew Half ASS 

Cy Faneca Squet 

Joe Cerney Keeper of Bow! 

Tom Hines, Burns Tatum Advisors 




Sealed: Gary Roberson, Bill Lipscomb, Doug Lewis, Floyd Melton, 
Heber Ladner, Rodney Mattina, Billy Nicholas. Standing: Will Denton, 
John Corlew, Griffin Harrell, Massi Pachonnie, Joe Cerney, Larry 
Higginbotham, Morris Spivey, Ralph Hemphill, Cy Faneca. Not Pic- 
tured: Jimmy Barksdale, Gerald Blessey, John Easley, Ben Everett, Lamar 
King, Larry Latham, Arthur Mcintosh, Ben Mistillis, Sam Phillips, Claude 
Powell, Elliott Schlottman, Jack Townes, Jay Travis. 



150 



AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS 



OFFICERS 

John William Bolich ... 
Grover Lee Thomas 
Carey Marvin Jackson 



President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



In I 957, a student chapter of the American Institute of Chemical 
Engineers received its charter on the Ole Miss campus. The purpose 
of the student chapter is to promote the professional development 
of students in chemical engineering. Furthermore, it endeavors to 
foster a professional spirit among its members and instills profes- 
sional pride in chemical engineering. The chapter's activities include 
lectures, movies, and the presentation of papers prepared by the 
members. 




Front Row: C. R. Dollar, J. W. Bolich, G. L. Thomas, C. M. Jackson, 
M. S. Carley, K. Deepal. Second Row: D. G. Salladay, R. R. Flowers, 
J. L. Taylor, R. S. Roberts, J. L. Dale. Third Row: H. A. Perry, F. H. 
Barber, M. Stringer, P. W. Hale. Not Pictured: G. Abraham, A. W. 
Alwani, W. Bounds, K. G. Hale, F. W. Jones, D. McAlister. J. G. Mc- 
Laughlin, R. A. Morman. B. M. PJIen, M. H. Wade, C. T. White, W. 
Winstead, I. Yuan. 



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BETA ALPHA PSI 



The Alpha Theta Chapter of Beta Alpha Psi was chartered at Ole 
Miss in 1 95 I . The members of this professional accounting fraternity 
are accounting majors who maintain an over-all 3.00 in that subject. 

The purposes of Beta Alpha Psi are to encourage and foster the 
ideal of service as the basis of the accounting profession and to 
promote the study of accounting with a view toward securing the 
highest ethical ideals. 



OFFICERS 

Don Deline President 

John Gary Vice President 

Raymond Hill Secretary 

Miller Holmes Treasurer 




Front Row: R. T. Bowen, S. Parks, B. Lokey, R. Genin, C. A. Phillips. 
Second Row: C. F. Dunham, H. E. Peery, M. Davis, D. White, B. White, 
J. P. Quon. Third Row: F. M. Melton, A. E. Hale, R. C. Hill, D. A. 
Deline, A. Himelstein, J. F. Hiers. Fourth Row: D. C. Hughes, J. W. 
Gary, W. B. Regan, L. Powell, C. W. Nabors, J. D. J. Holmes, M. P. 
Holmes. Not Pictured: P. Brown, H. Daly, R. Dowdy, H. C. Herring, 
R. Jackson, F. Roberts, J. Cerney, W. W. Joor. 



152 



BETA GAMMA SIGMA 



OFFICERS 

Miller P. Holmes, Jr President 

Warren Guy Pickle Vice President 

Carl W. Nabors Secretary-Treasurer 



The Ole Miss Chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma was chartered in 
1944. Chapters of this honor society, the purpose of which is to 
encourage high scholarship and to foster high ideals in business, 
exist only in member institutions of the American Association of 
Collegiate Schools of Business. 

Eligibility is limited to the upper ten percent of the senior class 
and the upper four percent of the second-semester junior class. 




Front Row: C. F. Dunham, M. Davis, R. Genin, A. E. Ray, V. M. Reed, 
E. N. Waller, G. B. Harrell, H. E. Peer,. Second Row: A. J. Lawrence, 
T. D. Crowson, D. H. McKinney, D. L. Russell, H. C. Herring, G. W. 
Pickle, R. C. Hill. Third Row: L. C. Bell, C. W. Nabors, J. Cerny, 
K. Morrison, M. B. Taylor, M. P. Holmes, J. L. Barksdale. Not Pictured: 
D. C. Hughes, F. T. Lambert, N. A. Mavar, F. F. Roberts, J. A. Travis, 
L. K. Brandt, E. E. Davidson, R. B. Ellis, W. S. Griffin, W. T. Hicks, 
B. B. McNew, K. Morrison, N. Williams. 



153 



CANTERBURY ASSOCIATION 



The Canterbury Association of the Episcopal Church provides 
the opportunity for students to develop their religious life in con- 
cert with their social and intellectual growth experienced in college 
life. Its Sunday programs consist of speakers, panels, films, and 
discussions. Thursday afternoons Episcopal students gather at the 
"Y" Building for a celebration of the Holy Communion. Canterbury 
offers the student a unique opportunity to learn of the best and 
latest thinking of the modern world. 



OFFICERS 

Jesse B. Taintor President 

Middle+on Wootten Vice President 

Elaine Wootten Secretary 

Pamela Haworth Treasurer 




The Officers of Canterbury Association are J. B. Taintor, M. L. Wootten, 
E. A. Wootten, P. M. Haworth, and E. A. Kerstinq. 



154 



CARDINAL CLUB 



OFFICERS 

Johnny Easley President 

Bill Allen Vice President 

Buzzy Clayton Secretary-Treasurer 



In 1927 the Cardinal Club was organized as a sophomore service 
organization and has become infamous as a freshman disciplinary 
committee. Each year the Cardinal Club sponsors the traditional 
freshmen haircut, freshman roll call at pep rallies, and the building 
of a giant bonfire before Homecoming. The main purpose of the 
club is to instill in the freshman students enthusiastic spirit and love 
for Ole Miss. 










Front Row: F. W. Rushton, J. W. Arnold. S. F. Pielak, A. W. Rowan, 
H. E. Taylor, E. J. Easley, W. R. Allen. Second Row: S. R. Foster, A. E. 
Smith, N. G. Gill, W. A. Leatherman, S. M. Enrlich, W. E. Atkinson, 
J. C. Stewart. Not Pictured: B. Clayton, T. W. Barlow, C. Scott, B. 
Anthony. 



155 



COMMITTEE OF 100 



The Committee of 1 00, an organization of students of all faiths 
which represents all areas of the campus community, sponsors the 
Religious Emphasis Program at the University in bringing to the 
campus each month, except for the months which include examina- 
tion periods, a Religious Emphasis Speaker. These prominent speak- 
ers of different denominations and faiths are heard by students, 
faculty, and staff at convocations, in classrooms, and in discussion 
groups. All arrangements are the responsibility of the Committee 
of 1 00. 



OFFICERS 

Susan Meason, Bruce Jayne .... Co-Chairmen 

Mike Carter Vice Chairman 

Ann Jones Secretary 

Bill Lipscomb Treasurer 

Sharon Jones Membership Chairman 




Front Row: J. S. Walker, J. Gibert, S. Meason, S. A. Jones, D. D. Jones, 
A. Jones, S. Price. Second Row: S. H. Green, M. R. Sherman, M. H. 
Carter, W. B. Lipscomb, B. C. Jayne, C. A. Phillips, J. L. Dale, A. R. 
Yates, J. G. Livingston. 



156 



DELTA SIGMA PI 



OFFICERS 

Bill Bailey President 

Jimmy Love, Don Deline .... Vice Presidents 

David Houston Secretary 

Paul Johnson Treasurer 



Alpha Phi Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi, the second-largest profes- 
sional fraternity in the United States, was established at the Uni 
versify in 1927. Membership is limited to men in the School of 
Commerce and Business Administration who meet the necessary 
scholastic requirements and unanimously pass the chapter. 

Delta Sigma Pi conducts programs with prominent speakers from 
the business world, and promotes discussions and films about im- 
portant topics of interest to commerce students. 




Front Row: D. L. Fruge, C. A. Phillips, D. W. Huston, S. K. Dear, E. L. 
Holt, P. H. Johnson, R. W. Bailey. Second Row: D. D. Jones, J. S. Love, 
R. E. Young, R. E. Nored, J. A. Perrault, A. E. Hale. Third Row: 
L. A. Thompson, M. J. Keesee, S. J. Abdalla, R. E. Parker, J. B. Green, 
D. A. Deline, M. F. Hodgson, W. D. White. Fourth Row: W. T. Mc- 
Glathery, M. P. Holmes, L. E. Powell, F. E. Bourn, J. P. Fillaire, F. T. 
Lambert, F. M. Melton. Not Pictured: B. Hope, C. Hudson, G. Pickle, 
P. Johnson, J. Coggin, B. Roberts, V. Lucas. 



157 



HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 



The Home Economics Club, founded at Ole Miss in 1938 is an 
organization composed of students majoring in Home Economics. 
The purpose of this organization is to bring members together and 
inform them of the opportunities in the field of home economics. 

The University of Mississippi Home Economics Club is affiliated 
with the Mississippi Home Economics Association and the Ameri- 
can Home Economics Association. 



OFFICERS 

Judy Coursey President 

Kaye Browning Vice President 

Marie Lipscomb Secretary 

Ruth Ann Gean Treasurer 

Kathy Hamberlin Publicity Chairman 




Front Row: B. Stacker, A. G. Peresich, V. B. A. McNair, R. A. Gean, 
K. McGehee, M. E. Jones, H. S. Ramsey, J. R. Ramsey, N. K. Russell. 
Second Row: M. L. Wynne, S. E. Mosley, J. R. Meqgs, P. S. Mixon, 
M. R. Floyd, S. K. Houston, C. Babers, E. S. Butler, P. R. Ward. Third 
Row: L. J. Collins, J. W. Wood, M. J. Coursey, B. L. McCollum, 
N. S. White, M. M. Lipscomb, K. E. Everett, C. K. Browninq. Not Pic- 
tured: C. Anderson, B. A. Bailey, B. Beasley, M. Bilbo, C. Bowles, 
T. Brooks, L. Chisholm, J. Daughton, R. A. Davis, P. Duncan, N. Fen- 
stermacher, J. C. Finch, A. Gillespie, K. Hamberlin, K. Hollis, J. Deeton, 
L. Lasseter, J. Lockley, P. Mclnnis, J. Martin, C. Michaels, E. Mitchell, 
B. Mobley, M. Nesselrodt, H. Pillow, M. E. Powers, D. Ray, B. Roberts, 
L. Savoy, M. Seay, E. Shaw, J. Shelton, S. Stanley, P. Summers, K. Town- 
send, M.' A. Whitten, P. Windsor, J. A. Wright. 



158 



INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL AND 
ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS 



OFFICERS 

Keith Howell President 

John Doggett Vice President 

Phil Poythress Secretary 

Joe Don McCorkle Treasurer 



In the spring of 1959 the electrical engineering student society 
was organized on the Ole Miss campus. Membership includes all 
electrical engineering majors and all students who sre majoring in 
related fields. 

The purpose of the society is to advance the theory and practice 
of electrical engineering and its allied fields. The organization at- 
tempts to assemble students with common interests while striving 
to instill pride in the fields of electricity and electronics. 




First Row: A. J. Lee, P. L. Poythress, J. B. Todaro, K. G. Howell, D. P. 
Hutchinson, K. J. Wiltshire, J. D. McCorkle. Second Row: C. R. McRae, 
E. S. Flinn, J. E. Dogqett, J. P. Morrow, R. H. Godwin, V. Y. Walters, 
J. W. Clinton. Third Row: M. G. Harrison, W. C. Bowen, V. F. Boone, 
E. Eggeh, R. D. White, M. R. Sherman, S. F. Weston. Fourth Row: 
G. H. Boutwell, L. F. Thurner, J. W. Ford, W. L. Weathers, B. A. Coates, 
R. A. Herring. 



159 



KAPPA PSI 



Since Kappa Psi, the first national Greek letter pharmaceutical 
fraternity, was reactivated at Ole Miss in 1947, its prestige has 
grown steadily on the Ole Miss campus as pharmacy students have 
realized its importance in their professional outlook. 

The men of Kappa Psi are chosen in recognition of their scholastic 
standing, general ability, character, personality, and activities. They 
must strive to exert their utmost efforts to preserve and further the 
high ideals which are always displayed by the pharmaceutical pro- 
fession. 



OFFICERS 

Bobby Ray Morgan Regent 

Robert E. Davis Vice Regent 

Ralph T. Bourn, Jr Secretary 

Leon Williams Treasurer 

Ron Edwards Historian 




First Row: P. H. McClellan, F. C. Watts, J. M. Caldwell, H. H. Shef- 
field, L. I. Fox, E. P. Denham, C. R. Nix, C. S. Vance. Second Row: 
R. L. Salmon, R. L. Mays, J. M. Lessley, S. C. Branton, R. D. O'Neal, 
L. E. Holder, A. R. Hudson, C. E. Barnett, W. S. McKeithen, C. A. 
McKnight. Third Row: B. R. Turner, B. J. Barnett, W. W. Henderson, 
J. L. Hintor, G. R. Edwards, W. H. Wells, B. R. Morgan, H. L. Britton, 
R. T. Bourn, R. L. Ross. Fourth Row: R. S. Fealko, K. E. Ladner, C. D. 
Leggett, B. M. Rogers, R. E. Davis, T. M. Buster, G. H. Bergold, H. E. 
McCollum, J. A. Mann, J. L. Odom. Not pictured: J. J. Adams, 
H. Antwine, J. Arnold, E. Diket, W. Harlan, J. B. McCaskill, B. Parks, 
L. Williams, R. Maaya, D. Richardson, D. Koen. 



160 



MEGAPHONE CLUB 



OFFICERS 

Diane Conner President 

Carolyn Carrington Secretary 

Claire Allen Treasurer 



The Megaphone Club is composed of a sophomore from each 
sorority and two independents. 

The purpose of the Megaphone Club is to foster school spirit at 
every activity on campus. The Club helps with the Welcome Rebel 
Party and encourages attendance at pep rallies and sports events. 

For the first time the Megaphone Club sponsored the selling of 
red and blue ribbons to freshman girls during Orientation Week. 




First Row: B. J. Latta, C. D. Cox, J. E. Reddock, L. D. Hanberry, J. A. 
Mitchell. Second Row: C. D. Conner, M A. Waits, S. C. Chusty, S. C. 
Peeler, K. E. Everett. Not Pitcured: C. Allen, C. Carrington, J. A. Poole, 
S. Schutz. 



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THE OLE MISS Y 



The Ole Miss Y (YMCA-YWCA) is a non-denominational lay 

Christian organization. The Y provides programs concerning the 
Christian interpretations of various aspects of educational, social, 
international, and cultural issues. Special speakers, panel discussions, 
films, and drama are presented in regular weekly meetings. The 
Y Building offers recreational services, conference and meeting 
rooms, study areas, and social activities. Participation in the pro- 
gram of the Y is open to all students. 



OFFICERS 

Bobbie Straub, David Wilson Presidents 

Eva Farr, Miller Holmes Vice Presidents 

Linda Marlin, Bobby Seibels Secretaries 

Ann Biedenham, Richard Brock .... Treasurers 




First Row: S. Price, M. Smira, B. Straub, S. Aust, K. Weeks. Second Row: 
D. Bryant, N. Shappley, R. E. Seibels, D. B. Wilson. Not Pictured: 
M. Holmes, R. Brock, E. Farr, L. Marlin, A. Biedenharn, B. Hunt, D. 
Feibleman. 



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PHI ALPHA DELTA 



OFFICERS 

Clayton Joseph Swank Justice 

John Merritt Tipton Vice Justice 

Elliot H. Loden Clerk 

Nicholas McLeod Harkins Treasurer 

William Lyman Denton Marshall 



The Lamar Chapter of Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity was or- 
ganized in I 929 at the University of Mississippi and was named for 
L. Q. C. Lamar, one of Mississippi's leading statesmen of the past. 
Student chapters are located only in class-A law schools which are 
members of the Association of American Law Schools. Membership 
in this fraternity is obtained by those who fulfill the necessary 
scholarship and character qualifications. 




First Row: W. B. Swain, J. A. Dale, J. K. Vinson, C. L. Allred, C. J. 
Swank, P. N. Harkins, E. H. Loden, W. L. Denton, J. N. Corsale. Second 
Row: B. F. Brown, R. T. Bennett, J. T. Farr, W. E. Trusty, R. M. Acevedo, 
H. P. Hewes, T. J. O'Beirne, W. G. Yates, R. T. Mills, N. S. Harper. 
Third Row: B. L. Fulghum, C. M. Stone, J. B. Tucker, D. M. Smith, 
G. K. Ellis, J. M. Tipton, R. D. Lee, J. E. Woods, J. T. Armstrong, 
H. D. Leach. Fourth Row: 8. J. Funderburk, S. J. Waits, R. A. Niemann, 
W. D. Belk, R. A. Burke, J. L. Jeffries. G. H. Davidson C. A. Ford, 
L. L. Lenoir, A. D. Shackelford, F. P. Durant. Not Pictured: J. W. Deese, 
R. A. DeMetz, W. W. Franklin, W. W. Geisenberger, K. P. Grantham, 
N. M. Harkins, C. W. Herr, A. N. Hopkins, D. L. Hunter, W. R. 
Jamieson, J. B. Jones, S. D. Knowlton, T. S. Lee, C. T. Lewis, J. H. 
Montgomery, J. W. Shelton, J. J. Stevens, J. M. Sumner, C. T. Terney 
E. G. Tharpe, C. W. Via'r. 



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PHI DELTA CHI 



Students who are outstanding in the School of Pharmacy may 
join the Pharmaceutical fraternity, Phi Delta Chi, a national fra- 
ternity first established at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 
Michigan, in 1833. 

The men in the chapter symbolize the twofold purpose of the 
fraternity: brotherhood and hard work. The high ideals of the 
pharmacy profession have been fostered through their good fellow- 
ship and cooperation. The group works together to keep these 
standards high. 



OFFICERS 

Joe Duckworth President 

Fred E. Jones Vice President 

Cecil Robertson Secretary 

Alfred Speed Treasurer 

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First Row: D. E. Bozone, F. L. Renault, J. W. Eubanks, L. R. McCaffrey. 
Second Row: W. B. Thomason, H. M. Hunter, C. W. Seiselman, H. A. 
Sloas, B. A. Smith, J. W. Knotts, A. M. Speed, F .E. Jones. Third Row: 
G. H. Jue, E. Chu, J. H. Fincher, H. C. Robertson, W. J. Gibson, 
G. G. Hurst, W. H. Cave. Fourth Row: C. E. Lewis, B. R. Lea, W. C. 
Patton, R. H. Russell, J. J. Trenting, C. J. Heard, S. A. Pittman, L. 
Fornea, L. W. Smitherman. Not Pictured: W. Ballard, J. Duckworth, 
C. D. Horn, A. Kibble, D. M. Levi, C. Lewis, P. McCallister, W. R. 
Rucker, G. Saucier, L. Thompson, R. Wells, J. West, W. C. Patton, 
W. Gibson, L. Frazier. 



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PHI DELTA PHI 



OFFICERS 

John Travis President 

Dudley B. Bridgeforth Exchequer 

Joe T. Dehmer, Jr Clerk 

William M. Dye Historian 



The oldest professional fraternity in the United States is Phi Delta 
Phi. International in scope, this legal fraternity established Mayes 
Inn of Phi Delta Phi at the University of Mississippi in 1927. The 
members are selected from those law students who have displayed 
the highest qualities of scholarship and character in their legal train- 
ing. The purpose of the fraternity is to promote cultural and profes- 
sional ethics in the legal profession. 




First Row: J. A. Travis, C. M. Merkel, J. T. Dehmer, W. M. Dye, W. W. 
Lamkin. Second Row: V. G. Gillespie, J. W. Burgoon, E. N. Young, 
A. E. Ray, J. G. Gourlay, T. B. Rogers. Third Row: L J. Teller, A. G. 
Nichols, J. B. Persons, J. S. George, D. T. Webb, J. C. Wheeless. 
Fourth Row: R. L. Arnold, D. B. Bridgforth, A. V. Blackwell, D. R. 
Dunnaway, D. M. Magee, T. B. Tenfelde. 



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PHI Ml) ALPHA SINFONIA 



Lambda Xi of Phi Mu Alpha National Music Fraternity was 
established by music students at Ole Miss on March 31,1 692. Dy- 
namic in its growth, Lambda Xi has sought to advance the fra- 
ternity's goals of promoting music in America and encouraging 
loyalty to the alma mater. Its members have been active in all phases 
of music, and some have given individual recitals. Men students 
who have demonstrated achievement in music are eligible for mem- 
bership. 



OFFICERS 

John N. Jones President 

Jimmy Rochester Vice President 

David Boyd Secretary 

Wesley Sebren Treasurer 

Winnie Smith Sweetheart 




Front Row: J. N. Jones, C. D. Prange, S. H. Kay, M. D. Hipp, M. W. 
McGreggor, F. P. Strickland. Second Row: W. Smith, J. C. Rochester, 
F. W. Rishton, H. W. Sebren, J. Hamner, J. A. Brown. Third Row: 
S. Elkins, W. R. Taylor, J. P. Morrow, W. B. Lipscomb, S. H. Bailey, 
D. M. Boyd. Fourth Row: R. E. Wilkins, A. McGee, J. C. Clemens, E. E. 
Kroelcer, J. Hill. Not Pictured: B. Donaldson, E. Beemon, T. Smith, J. 
Bell, W. Bryan, J. Davis, J. Dubard, B. Eavenson, J. Martin, A. Prince, 
J. Scrivener, R. Stalvey, B. Todd. 



166 



PI BETA TAU 



OFFICERS 

A. J. Lee President- 
George Flinn Vice President 

John M. Riddell Secretary 

John Doggett Treasurer 



The Pi Beta Tau Association was formed at the University of 
Mississippi in the Spring of 1963 and has done much to create and 
develope a spirit of unity and activity among those in the fields 
of the engineering profession. It confers membership on Engineer- 
ing undergraduates who have been distinguished by scholarship, 
exemplary character, personality, and practicality. 




Front Row: A. J. Lee, J. S. Flinn, J. L. Dale, M. S. Carley, C. M. Jack- 
son, C. R. Dollar. Second Row: C. R. McRae, F. H. Barbour, J. E. 
Doggett, J. W. Bolich, R. S. Roberts, J. W. Clinton. Third Row: J. M. 
Riddell, L. F. Thurner, T. T. Bean, V. Y. Walters, V. F. Boon. Not Pictured: 
B. Lantrip, J. P. Morrow, C. S. Boren. 



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PI SIGMA EPSILON 



Pi Sigma Epsilon, national fraternity in Marketing, Sales Manage- 
ment, and Selling, was established at Ole Miss in 1963. Pi Sigma 
Epsilon requires that its members manifest an interest in the selling 
profession as a career, obtain the academic standing required for 
graduation, and show leadership qualities through participation in 
college activities. Its purpose is to create a collegiate brotherhood 
of men who are interested in the advancement of marketing, sales 
management, and selling as a career. 



OFFICERS 

Massie C. Pacchione President 

Pascal Townsend Vice President 

Bill McGlathery Secretary 

Robert Brenner Treasurer 

R. Selby Downer Faculty Advisor 




Front Row: J. S. Love, G. T. Fuqua, R. E. Young, J. B. Green, N. A. 
Feltenstein, R. W. Bailey, R. S. Brenner. Second Row: P. J. Townsend, 
W. B. Lipscomb, R. E. Nored, M. C. Pacchione, R. S. Downer, J. L. 
Martin. Third Row: L. A. Thompson, J. A. Perrault, G. B. Payne, J. A. 
Wood, W. T. McGlathery, F. E. Bourn, P. H. Johnson. Not Pictured: 
P. Armour, R. Babyak, B. Canup, J. Dedeaux, R. Ellis, E. Hayward, D. 
Holcomb, E. Holt, C. Hudson, J. Jabour, L. Michael, W. Pickering, 
T. Smith, T. Swalm, J. Wilkins. 



168 



SCABBARD AND BLADE 



OFFICERS 

Dale L. Duckworth Captain 

Russell W. Calvert . ... First Lieutenant 
Philip L. Poythress ... . Second Lieutenant 
David H. Campbell First Sergeant 



The highest honor that can be bestowed upon an advanced mili- 
tary cadet is the membership in the national society of Scabbard 
and Blade. Membership in this famous military organization is based 
on a person's display of high personal integrity, outstanding leader- 
ship ability, good scholastic record, military interest, and active 
participation in other campus activities. 

Scabbard and Blade works constantly to promote increased 
mutual understanding and a closer relationship among the three 
military departments. 




First Row: W. P. Phillips, S. H. Phillips, D. A. Deline F. M. Irby, J. C. 
McCarty, W. C. Gunn. Second Row: G. C. Olson, E. L. Naro, J. L. 
Taylor, M. R. Sherman, W. J. Boggan, G. S. Roberson, R. W. Calvert, 
M. G. Bennett. Third Row: R. W. Brock, J. S. Oswald, F. H. Yoste, III. 
L. F. Higginbotham, W. N. Dalehite. D. H. Campbell, G. W. Lester, 
J. M. Riddle, J. S. Metz, D. L. Duckworth. Not Pictured: P. L. Poythress, 
R. V. Cobb, L. F. Thurner, R. Lilia, A. Parker, S. Schreiter. 



M9 



SIGMA ALPHA IOTA 



Sigma Alpha lota is a national honorary musical fraternity for 
women and is found on the campuses of leading colleges and univer- 
sities throughout the United States. Membership in Sigma Alpha 
lota is limited to women majoring or minoring in music, showing 
exceptional music ability, possessing a high scholastic rating, and 
who must be recommended by the faculty of the Department of 
Music. 



OFFICERS 

Barbara Barne+t President 

Linda Steele Vice President 

Dixie Hickman Secretary 

Janie Hammond Treasurer 




Front Row: P. A. Leach, B. A. Barnett, M. V. Hill, K. A. Abraham. 
Second Row: C. D. Cox, C. B. Maxey, M. D. Allen, E. J. Wooten, L. A. 
Steele. Not Pictured: A. Brown, B. Burns, D. Chinn, J. Clinton, J. 
Deare, J. Hammond, D. Hickman, A. J. Smith, L. A. Smith, W. Smith, 
B. Straub, E. Turnage, B. L. Welford, S. Williams. 



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SIGMA DELTA CHI 



OFFICERS 



Joe Lee . . . 
Ed Williams 
Joe White . 
Ralph Hemphill 
Dr. S. S. Talbert 



. . . President 
Vice President 
. . . Secretary 
. . . Treasurer 
Faculty Advisor 



The Ole Miss chapter of Sigma Delta Chi, Professional Journalis- 
tic Society, was founded in 1963. Sigma Delta Chi is a worldwide 
organization of men engaged in every field of journalism. It is not 
an honorary, secret, or social organization. The purpose of the 
society is to promote high ideals in journalism, to attract able young 
men to the field, and to advance the cause of freedom of informa- 
tion through the various fields of journalism. 




First Row: E. Williams, J. Lee, J. White, R. Hemphill .Second Row: 
B. Gunn, T. Hannah, B. Greer, T. Houston, D. Roy, G. Fair. Third Row: 
R. Wilcox, G. Denley, B. Rochelle, J. Corlew, S. Talbert. 



171 



SOCIETY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT 



The Ole Miss Chapter of the Society for the Advancement of 
Management endeavors to strengthen management education and 
further the growth of students by stimulating their thinking, widen- 
ing their knowledge, and developing a better understanding of busi- 
ness and the free-enterprize system. Activities such as meetings, 
conferences, news bulletins, research projects, and community 
service give students an insight into the practice of the manage- 
ment profession. 



OFFICERS 

Pat Raborn President 

Tom Jones Vice President 

Jim Crook Secretary 

Sammy Zeringue Treasurer 




First Row: M. A. Chrestman, S. Ridgeway, P. Byrd, L. Melikian, R. E. 
Nored. Second Row: P. Raborn, C. Wood, W. S. Jeter, A. D. Liollio, 
D. W. Houston. Third Row: T. F. Jones, C. S. Zerinque, J. A .Wood, 
J. C. Griese, P. H. Johnson. Not Pictured: J. Crook, J. Arledqe, T. 
Brown, J. Cole, B. Moore, D. Watkins. 



172 



STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 



OFFICERS 

Cheryl Bobbitt President 

Starr Ray Vice President 

Jane Allen Secretary 

Martha Austin Treasurer 

Mary Lou Godbold Faculty Advisor 



The Student Education Association is a professional education 
organization with chartered chapters in accredited colleges and 
universities throughout the country. It has as its members students 
who plan to teach. Its programs, aimed at developing personal and 
professional growth and competence, include teaching films, 
practice-teacher panels, interviewing "know-how" discussions, and 
speakers from educational, as well as other, fields. 



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First Row: Abernathy, Alexander, Alford, J. Allen, C. Allen, Archer, 
Atkinson, Bailey, Baine, Baker, Barbour, Barker, Barrett, Bell, Bernard, 
Berry, Bobbitt, Boney. Second Row: Booth, Bowles, Brittingham, Browning, 
Burks, Carlisle, Carrington, Carruth, Case, Cashion, Cassidy, Chadwick, 
Chandler, Chustz, Clark, Clayburn, Collier, Colvin. Third Row: Conwill, 
Cook, Cotner, Counce, Cox, Cresswell, Crisler, Cromwell, Cross, 
Crowder, Cuevas, C. Davis, R. Davis, S. Davis, V. Davis, Dean, Dean, 
Downer. Fourth Row: Dunn, B. Edwards, J. Edwards, S. Edwards, Elmore, 
Etter, M. Ferguson, R. Ferguson, Ford, French, Garrison, Garth, Gatlin, 
Gerrard, Gilluly, Gore, Goza, Graves. Fifth Row: Griffin, Haines, 
Hamberlin, Hammond, Hancock, Hardin, Harkins, Harris, Harwood, 
Hemphill, Hobart, Holstein, Horn, Houston, Hudson, Hughey, Ingrassia 
James. Sixth Row: Johnson, M. E. Jones, M. L. Jones, Judge, Kersting, 
Kinard, Kincaid, Lamar, Leach, Ledbetter, Leonard, Lewis, Lile, Little- 
John. Lockley, Lundberg, Lynch, McCollum. Seventh Row: McConnell, 



McDonald, McGehee, McLaurin, McNeeiy. McNeil, Mack, Marshall, 
Mayfield, Meacham, Mellon, Merriott, Miies A. Mitchell, J. Mitchell, 
L. Mitchell, Moak, Mobley. Eighth Row: M. Montgomery, P. Mont- 
gomery, Moore, Morgan, Murphy, Nix, Noah, O'Neil, Parker, Patton, 
Pauley, L. Payne, M. Payne, S. Payne, Peeler, Peteet, Phillips, Pipkin. 
Ninth Row: Raney, Ratcliff, Rawson, J. D. Ray, S. L. Ray, N. E. Reed, 
P. D. Reed, V. M. Reed, Reeves, Rich, Riggs, Rogers, Rowell, Russell, 
Rutherford, Saunders, Seay, Scarbrough. Tenth Row: Simmons, Simpson, 
Singletary, G. M. Singleton, J. W. Singleton, Sloas, K. A. Smith, L. L. 
Smith, M. B. Smith, R. H. Smith, V. M. Smith, Spinosa, Steele, Steijen. 
Stephens, A. R. Stewart, M. E. Stewart, Taylor. Eleventh Row: Thompson, 
Trapp, Treppendahl, Turley, Turnage, Umlauf, M. F. Walker, M. G. 
Walker, J. E. Walsh, V. M. Walsh, C. B. Watson, J. Watson, Watt, 
Webber, Wells, Welty. Welford, Wiley. Twelfth Row: Wilkinson, Wil- 
liams, R. L. Wilson R. Wilson, Wooten, Wright, Wuestefeld, Wynne, 
Zinn. 



173 



UNIVERSITY CHRISTIANS 



The University Christians, who meet for daily wprship and devo- 
tion and provide a Christian environment for the students at the 
University of Mississippi, is composed primarily of members of 
the Church of Christ. This group came into existence in the spring 
of I960 when a student center adjacent to the University was ac- 
quired. The center, which provides varied social activities as well 
as religious instruction and discussion, produces strong faith, 
creates lasting friendships, and prepares students for positions of 
responsibility in the church. 



OFFICERS 

Victor Frank Boone 
Henry Ellard Johnson 
Martha Jane Reece 

Susanne Yerby 

Don England ... 



. . . President 

Vice President 

. . Secretary 

. Treasurer 

. . . Director 




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First Row: Stanley Edwin Barger, Victor Frank Boone, Nancy Carol Clay- 
ton, Billy Mack Coleman, Rebecca Sue Harrell, Nancy Jane Kilpatrick. 
Second Row: Phil Maurice McAllister, Patricia S. Mixon, Michele Diane 
Mullen, Andrea Jo Nelms, Gary Keith Pettigrew, Martha Jane Reece. 
Third Row: David R. Thomas, Kathryn Ann Townsend, William L. 
Weathers. Not Pictured: Glinda Ellen Boone, J. Don England, Lynn Eng- 
land, Henry Ellard Johnson, Jr., James E. Mackey, James Basil Potts, 
Chester Allen Reaves, Lelia Ross, F. Douglas Shields, Lowell Wayne 
Taylor, Susanne Yerby. 



174 



UNIVERSITY DANCERS 



OFFICERS 

Dixie Hichman President 

Jeannie Wylie Vice President 

Roy McRoskey Secretary 

Carolyn Billings Treasurer 

Annabelle Hamachek Publicity 



The University Dancers is an organization designed to further 
the study of modern dance techniques and to give the members 
an opportunity to pursue compositional problems and to choreo- 
graph dancers for performance purposes. 

Tryouts for membership are held in the early fall, and selection 
is based on skill in dance and composition. The group works under 
the supervision of Miss Gene McCutchen, an assistant professor 
in the Department of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation. 



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Front Row: Virginia Brown, Dea Duckworth, Dee Dee Speakes, Sara 
Catherine Jordan, Annabelle Hamachek, Diana Barqer, Sandra Wil- 
liams, Kay Abernethy, Dorothy Carter. Second Row: Carolyn Billings, 
Margot Jean Bilbo, Carol Cassidy, Jeanie Wiley, Shellye Stanley, Eliza- 
beth Carter, Dixie Hickman. Third Row: Penny Bubeck, Amanda Brown, 
Martha McCaddon, Evan Lamar, Marianne McElroy, Donna Adams, Jan 
Singletary, Julia Hamilton, Cynthia Babers, Susan Miles. Not Pictured: 
Deane Allen, Camille Faure, Celia Maxie, Kathy Richardson. 



175 



WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP 



The Westminster Fellowship is an integral part of the total fellow- 
ship of the Presbyterian Church. Its activities, centering at West- 
minster House, consist of worship, fellowship, and service. The pur- 
poses of Westminster Fellowship are to help each member have a 
personal, growing realtionship with Christ; to unify the students 
through Christian work and fellowship; and to develope a respon- 
sible sense of churchmanship to the students at Ole Miss by being 
Christian witnesses. 



OFFICERS 

Marshall Sherman President 

Andy Phay Vice President 

Brenda Rush Secretary 

Bill Garlic ,,..,. Treasurer 




First Row: E. V. Crowder, M. A. Schwartz, I. H. Graham, J. M. Zinn, 
B.L. Rush. Second Row: M. K. Payne, C. A. Booth, W. S. Garlic, F. A. 
Davidson, F. W. Bratt, H. M. Ray. Third Row: A J. Phay, W. R. Millard, 
W. R. Preble, R. A. Herring, M. R. Sherman. Not Pictured: T. W. Ben- 
nett, G. Byers, S. Elkins, G. Fair, K. Hollis, E. Henderson, L. Henderson, 
W. Hutchcraft, J. Lee, III, A. J. Lee, N. Linkroum, J. Madson, S. Payne, 
M. Ray, B. Roberts, S. Sam, D. Stockton, B. Thompson, D. Wilson. 



176 



WOMEN'S RECREATION ASSOCIATION 



OFFICERS 

Pat Baker President 

Carol Sellers Vice President 

Lucie Larson Secretary 

Judy Simpson Treasurer 

Pat Cole Sports Chairman 



All girls participating in intramural sports that are conducted on 
the Ole Miss campus are members of the Women's Recreation 
Association. Founded at the University of Mississippi in 1926, the 
WRA is governed by a board of representatives from each dormi- 
tory and sorority that sponsors an intramural team. The purpose of 
the WRA is to provide leisure time sports activities for girls. Points 
are given to the winning teams and a trophy is presented. 




Front Row: R. L. Prince, A. S. Carothers, G. C. Briqht, M. L. Newton, 
K. A. Abraham, J. L. Ford, D. Love. Second Row: M. F. Schloemer, 
S. Cox, P. L. Cole, P. M. Haworth, L E. Larson, C. A. Billinqs. Third 
Row: P. A. Baker, J. L. Nelson, C. K. Sellers, J. T. Simpson, B. L. 
Hankins. Not Pictured: A. Brown, C. Carrington, S. Clark, A. Crisler, 
V. Diffendarfer, L. Dunn, S. Fernan, A. Gentry, K. Hoi lis, J. Kinard 
N. Linkraum, M. Mellon, P. Moore, J. Peterson, J. Ramay, C. Richardson, 
R. A. Rutherford, K. Simpson, L. Smith, G. Wuestefeld, N. White. 
Whitten. 



177 




EPSILON GAMMA EPSILON 

Epsilon Gamma Epsilon emphasizes four phases of activity — the profes- 
sional, the fraternal, the honorary, and the social. Its chief purpose is to 
promote the ideals of higher education in office administration which wiil 
contribute to the preparation of those in office occupations and in business 
teaching. 

Membership is based on character, leadership, and scholarship, and is 
limited to students in the Department of Office Administration. 



First Row: S. E. Perkins, S. R. Snider, F. V. Jones, L. A. 
Marlin, V. M. Reed, J. S. Walker. Second Row: J. A. 
Adams, B. L. Hudson, R. K. Taylor, E. C. Carter, M. K. 
Henry. Third Row: M. A. McCully, P. E Grant, L. L. 
Stanfill, J. W. Wood. Not Pictured: B. Carson, B. Elder, 
M. Littlejohn, M. Rader, M. Ritchie, S. Ross, E. Shields, 
K. Thompson. 



OFFICERS 

Fern Jones President 

Becky Fowler Vice President 

Sharon Snider Secretary 

Elizabeth Carter Treasurer 



KAPPA DELTA PI 



OFFICERS 

Stirling B. Williams, Jr President 

Barbara J. Lester Vice President 

James F. Rawls Secretary 

Binford T. Nash Treasurer 

Dr. John E. Phay Chapter Counselor 



Kappa Delta Pi, a national honorary education fraternity for men ana 
women, was founded in 191 I and established a chapter at Ole Miss in 1 947. 

Kappa Delta Pi endeavors to encourage high professional, intellectual, 
and personal standards and to recognize outstanding contributions to edu- 
cation. The members of Kappa Delta Pi must be in the School of Education 
and maintain a "B" average in all courses taken at the University. 



First Row: D. Baley, M. E. Barrett, C. Bobbitt, J. Cour- 
sey, S. E. Garner, C. A. Haynie. Second Row: E. D. 
Jones, K. S. Rich, S. V. Payne, J. F. Rawls, S. L. Ray, 
E. A. Sartor. Third Row: K. I. Tucker, J. S. Walker, S. B. 
Williams. Not Pictured: R. B. Ellis, H. F. Garrett, M. L. 
Godbold, B. J. Lester, B. T. Nash, J. E. Phay, E. E. 
Seay, D. J. Sturdivant, C. E. Walker. 




Front Row: C. S. Roberts, R. K. Rowland, A. J. Nelms, 
D. B. Eubanks, J. Jue. Second Row: S. C. Ross, B. A. 
Heliums, S. A. Jones, M. P. Foster, J. E. Nettles, G. J. 
McSuire. Third Row: W. R. Heliums, M. J. Mullins, S. K. 
Beaver, C. Sorrells, M. B. Lewis, C. Underwood, P. 
Bynum. Not Pictured: M. Martin, S. Tutor, M. Wilborn. 



OFFICERS 

Andrea Nelms President 

Carmen Sorells Vice President 

Betty Heliums Secretary 

Dianne Eubanks Treasurer 

Miss Alta Ray Gault .... Faculty Advisor 




KAPPA EPSILON 



Alpha Gamma of Kappa Epsilon, national pharmaceutical fraternity, 
was established at the University of Mississippi in I960. Women in the 
School of Pharmacy who maintain a 2.00 grade average or above are 
eligible for membership. 

The purposes of Kappa Epsilon are to provide a closer understanding 
between the faculty and students of the School of Pharmacy; to unite 
women in the School of Pharmacy and provide a bond of friendship among 
them; to promote scholarship; and encourage high professional ethics. 



PHI BETA LAMBDA 



Phi Beta Lambda, a national fraternity of students in business, was or- 
ganized at the University of Mississippi in March of 1 960. Its members are 
selected by the organization on the basis of academic and leadership 
achievement. 

Phi Beta Lambda's puropse is to further the knowledge and understand- 
ing of the business world. This aim is carried out by holding the annual rush 
party and acting as host for the State Future Business Leaders of America 
Convention. 



OFFICERS 



Jimmie Sue Walker . . 
Linda Marlin, Frank Smith 
Pat Cole .... 
Ann McCully . . 



. . President 

Vice Presidents 

. Secretary 

. . . Treasurer 




Front Row: J. L. Sherrill, W. J. Brewer, L. A. Marlin, 
R. C. Hardin, M. G. Pierce, T. B. Evans, J. S. Walker. 
Second Row: M. A. McCully, P. L. Cole, E. J. Russell, 
G. C. McMil'an, D. J. Prichard. L. R. McNutt. Third 
Row: J. A. Adams, L. L. Stanfill, J. S. Rhodes, E. L. 
Haney, G. L. Henderson, P. E. Grant, N. L. Harrison, 
B. A. Allen. Not Pictured: D. Brummett, C. Frith, A. 
Hamachek, C. Hale, S. Hall, J. Ledbetter. M. Miller, 
J. Ramsay, F. Smith, B. F. Turner. 




Front Row: W. J. Brewer, L. A. Marlin, K. L. Lindhorst, 
V. M. Reed, J. Y. Maitre, J. S. Walker, P. G. Gathright. 
Second Row: M. A. McCully, D. J. Petkovsek, P. L. Cole, 
T. J. Prichard, F. V. Jones. Third Row: L. L. Stanfill, 
M. L. Gardner, B. F. Hudson, P. L. Acree, E. C. Carter, 
S. R. Ridqeway. Not Pictured: Judi Adams, Dianne Shaf- 
fer, Kay I hompson, Anita Dosseti. 



PHI GAMMA NU 



Phi Gamma Nu is a professional commerce sorority and draws its mem- 
bers from the School of Commerce and Business Administration. The or- 
ganization selects members who have met requisite scholarship require- 
ments. 

The threefo'd aims of Phi Gamma Nu are these: to further the interest 
of women students in the field of commerce; to further academic study 
and promote a standard of high scholarship; and to further interest in civic 
and professional enterprises. 



Anne McCully 
Fern Jones . . 
Linda Marlin 
Phyllis Acree 
Becky Fowler 



OFFICERS 



President 

Vice President 

. . Secretary 

Treasurer 

Pledge Trainer 



WOMEN'S PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAJORS' CLUB 



OFFICERS 

Pat Baker President 

Bobbi Halliday Vice President 

Gloria Bright Secretary-Treasurer 

Vicki Smith, Sammye Cox Publicity 



Front Row: A. C. Carothers, P. A, Baker, S. Cox, P. 
Love, D. A. Loyacono. Second Row: G. C. Bright, S. E. 
Rivers, M. W. Waters, J. T. Simpson, B. L. Hankins, G. L. 
Chapman. Third Row: K. Chaney, T. Powell, B. Smith, 
J. L. Nelson, S. R. Carruth, J. Harris. Not Pictured: 
J. Cole, B. J. Earnhart, L. Fitch, S. Green, B. Halliday, 
R. Hennessee, M. A. Horn, A. Mitchell, V. Smith, L. J. 
Wilson. 



The Women's Physical Education Majors' Club was organized in 1963 
and is composed of all women majoring or minoring in Physical Education. 

The purposes of the Club are to advance the standards of the physical 
education profession; co-operate with state and national education asso- 
ciations; encourage greater social and professional cooperation among 
Health, Physical Education, and Recreation students, faculty and alumni; 
and stimulate interests in various fields of physical education. 




THE MISSISSIPPIANS 



The Mississippians, a long-established organization at Ole Miss, 
was organized with two purposes in mind: entertainment for dancing 
or listening audiences, and musical training in the "Jazz" idiom for 
participants. 

The organization is strictly voluntary, and rehearsals are held 
after regular classes have been convened. Although membership is 
composed primarily of members of the Ole Miss band, it is at times 
augmented by other students and professors. 




Front Row: Dick Prange, Tenor Saxophone; Walrer Johnson, Alto Saxo- 
phone; Bob Kelly, Alto Saxophone; Lamar Ferguson, Tenor Saxophone; 
Eddie Beemon, Baritone Saxophone; Ronald Thielman, Director, Trom- 
bone. Second Row: Sarah Kelley, Piano; Ray Bumgardner, Guitar; 
Richard A. Williams, Trombone; John N. Jones, Trombone; Ed Kroeker, 
Trombone. Third Row: Jep Clemens, Bass; Tommy Brooks, Drums; Terry 
Barlow, Trumpet; Ed Jackson, Trumpet; Robert Wilkins, Trumpet. 



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Claude M. (Tad) Smith, Director of Intercollegiate Aih'etics. 



THE OLE MISS COACHING STAFF 



The Ole Miss coaching staff, one of the most suc- 
cessful ever assembled, has been a unique feature 
among coaching organizations. It not only has to 
its credit success in carrying out many winning sea- 
sons, but also the logevity with which the group has 
held together at the University. Eight of its eleven 
members are graduates of the University of Missis- 
sippi. 

Coach John Howard Vaught, head coach since 
1 947, has become one of the most successful coaches 
in the history of collegiate football. 

Since Vaught's regime took over in 1947, they 
have ruled with 142 victories, 37 defeats, and ten 
ties. Vaught's record in the SEC is 77-26-8. The bowl 
record is 7-5. 

Assisting Vaught have been ten well-qualified as- 
sistants. Serving with him is Frank M. (Bruiser) Kinard, 
who is offensive line coach. He has been on the staff 
since 1948. Other assistants are James E. (Buster) 
Poo'e, defensive line coach, Ole Miss, 1937; Johnny 
Cain, offensive backfield coach, Alabama, 1933; 
John A. (Junie) Hovious, defensive backfield coach, 
Ole Miss, 1942; J. W. (Wobble) Davidson, assistant 
coach, Ole Miss, I 947; Ray S. Poole, assistant coach, 
Ole Miss, 1947; Roland H. Dale, end coach, Ole 
Miss, 1950; Edward S. Crawford, assistant coach 
and basketball coach, Ole Miss, 1957; and Billy 
Mustin, 1950. Thomas K. Swayze, Ole Miss, 1933, is 



contact representative and baseball coach. Wesley 
(Doc) Knight, Springfield, 1935, is athletic trainer. 
Another Ole Miss graduate, Billy Sanders, class of 
I 952, is the equipment manager. 

John Howard Vaughh, Head Coach of Intercollegiate Athletics. 




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Jeff K. Hamm, Business Manager of Intercollegiate Athletics. 



John Reed Holly Assistant Director of the Intercollegiate Athletics. 



The Rebel Coaching Staff for 1964-1965, Left to 
Right, Kneeling: Wes (Doc) Kniqht, J. W. David- 
son, Tom K. Swayze, Robert W. Mustin, and Edward 
S. Crawford. Standing: James Poole, John L. Cain 
John H. Vaught, Ray S. Poole, Frank Kinard, and 
Roland Dale. 




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First Row: Bo Aldridqe, Ray Bedingfield, Allen Brown, Brent Caston, 
Billy Clay, Douq Cunningham, Joe Dean, Mike Dennis, Rocky Fleming. 
Second Row: Ronnie Fowler, Lee Garner, Max Greenlee, Wayne Harris, 
James Harvey, Jimmy Heidel, Roy Heidel, Stan Hindman, Charles 
Hinton. Third Row: Frank Kinard, Dave Jennings, Billy Carl Irwin, 
Frankie Lambert, Tommy Lucas, Tommy Luke, John Maddox, Rodney 

1 964 FOOTBALL TEAM 



Mattina, Marvin McQueen. 
Charlie Myers, James Mike 
Robinson, James Shows, Ke 
racin, James Thaxton, John 
Dave Wells, Joe Wilkins, D 



Fourth Row: Chuck Norman, Sammie Moses, 
Nelson, Joe Petty, John Richardson, Bobby 
n Smith. Fifth Row: Billy Sumrall, Steve Ter- 
Turner, Gerald Warfield, Jimmy Weatherly, 
on Windham. 



Rebel Managers, Left to Right: Tommy Rice, Don Estes, Jack Townes, 
and Wes Arnold. 




These are our 1964 Rebels — brilliant at times, 
lackluster occasionally, praised and cussed, but al- 
ways loved. 

Prom heights of glory after the Memphis State 
game to depths of humility and despair after the 
Florida affair went Vaught's vaunted warriors. 
Gritting their teeth and digging in, the Rebs strug- 
gled back into the limelight, recovering lost glory in 
the Tennessee rout. Then, suddenly, the light went 
out again as the Oktibbeha County Necks gained 
possession of the Golden Egg for the first time since 
1946. 

Including the anti-climactic Bluebonnet Bowl, our 
record was 5-5- 1 . Every great team has an off year. 



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REBEL ALL-STARS 



First Row: Allen Brown — football: AP Defense All-American, Sporting 
News, All-American, Playboy Preseason All-American, All-SEC. Mike 
Dennis — football: First team All-SEC. Donnie Kessinger — baseball: All- 
SEC, NCAA District III, All-Star, NCAA All-American. basketball: third 



time All-SEC. Second Row: Tommy Keyes — baseball: All-SEC, NCAA 
District III All-Star, 1964 U.S. Olympic Team. Glenn Lusk— baseball: 
All-SEC, NCAA District III All-Star. Richie Prine— baseball: All-SEC, 
NCAA District III All-Star. 




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OLE MISS 30 



MEMPHIS STATE 

"It was a Mexican stand-off," Spook Murphy re- 
marked later, "we lost the game but escaped with 
our lives." Most of the fans wedged into Hemingway 
Stadium would agree the Tigers fared well in that 
bargain. 

With Jim Weatherly guiding an awesome offen- 
sive attack that gained 439 yards, and Bobby Robin- 
son anchoring an airtight defense that allowed the 
Tigers to seep through for only 36 yards, the Rebels 
demonstrated spectacularly that they deserved their 
pre-season billing as the nation's Number I team. 
And in so vehemently avenging last year's 0-0 tie 
with Memphis State, the Rebs shattered the illusion 
that Shelby County had its own major football 
power. 

The inconguerable Rebs can relax and enjoy their 
breather against little Kentucky. 




Steve Terracin hauls one in 




Allen Brown (80) and Billy Carl Irwin (87) stop Memphis cold. 



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Ail-American Stan Hindman (67) teams with Jimmy Heidel (19) to 
bring down Kentucky halfback. 



Jimmy Weatherly throws for long gain. 




OLE MISS 21 



KENTUCKY 27 

it didn't take long to see that the spartan Wild- 
cats had come to Jackson to win, and this fact be- 
came more painfully obvious as the afternoon wore 
along. After the final whistle, about the only thing 
left of the ripped Rebels was teeth, hair, eyeballs, 
and some old press clippings. 

Perhaps the Rebels were caught napping, perhaps 
they were emotionally drained, but the major factor 
in the 'Cats' 27-21 victory was the aerial combina- 
tion of Norton to Kestner, which pierced the Rebel 
secondary for 273 yards and three touchdowns. 

Ole Miss stayed in the running with pass intercep- 
tions to the frustrating final whistle, so the fans got 
their money's worth. The stellar performances of 
Tommy Luke and Rocky Fleming disspelled the gloom 
a bit, too. And the season's not over yet. 



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Doug Cunningham (22) get helpful shove from Houston defender. 



Heidel steps high against the Cougars. 



OLE MISS 31 



HOUSTON 9 

The Rebels, stung to life, exhibited a bit of their 
potential greatness as they walloped the Houston 
Cougars before a homecoming crowd of 24,000. 
S'uggish in the first half, Johnny Reb roared back 
after intermission to hand the Cougars a 31-9 set- 
back. 

Mike Dennis put on a one-man show for the 
partisan crowd as he smashed and danced his way 
for I I 2 yards on the ground in I 8 carries and hauled 
in six passes for 54 yards and a touchdown. 

The Rebel secondary demonstrated its ability to 
do a good job, limiting the Texans to just 84 air 
yards. Now we know we've got it when we want to 
use it. 




Rocky Fleming fights for possession. 




OLE MISS 14 



FLORIDA 30 



Once-mighty Mississippi limped back home from 
Gainesville with its football fortune and reputation ar 
its lowest ebb in many years. The 14-30 licking dealt 
the Rebels by Florida was the worst defeat for thern 
since 1956; the Gators' point total was the largest 
amassed against Ole Miss since the Maryland 
debacle of 1953. 

The rout was complete. Florida lead in ground 
yards gained, 2 I to 80; in aerial yardage, 161-77; 
and in first downs, 20-8. 

There was a silver lining in the thunderhead, how- 
ever. Frank Lambert helped with his booming punts, 
averaging 49.5 yards in six kicks. Reserve guarter- 
back Charlie Myers finally got his chance at the heln 
and performed beautifully. It's comforting to know 
he'll be back next year. 



Billy Sumrall and Bobby Robinson upend Florida runner as Ray Beding- 
field (51) comes in to help. 




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OLE MISS 14 



TULANE 9 

The Rebels, staggered by twin SEC losses to Ken- 
tucky and Florida, nailed down their first conference 
win with a 14-9 victory over gamey little Tulane. 

The Green Wave pulled a shocker early in the sec- 
ond quarter, jumping into a 3-0 lead on a 35-yard 
field goal. Our Rebels, stung into action, slashed 
back to score twice before half-time. One score 
followed a Weatherly-Dennis ground drive; the other 
came on a pass from Weatherly to Dave Wells. Both 
of Billy Carl's kicks were good, naturally. 

For the Greenies, quarterback East shone, pierc- 
ing the Rebel secondary with I 3 aerials for I 24 yards. 
Tulane fullback George Cortez was the leading 
ground gainer for the night with 75 yards. Our Jim 
Weatherly led the total offense, picking up nearly 
200 yards. 



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Weatherly turns the corner. 




Commodore defender hangs onto Doug Cunningham. 



Mike Dennis goes for another long gain. 




OLE MISS 7 



VANDERBILT 7 

Johnny Vaught's Vikings were slapped about for 
about 55 minutes by the SEC's 97-lb. weakling, Van- 
derbilt, before finally getting fired up enough in the 
final minutes to tie the game. 

The Commodores, a 14-point underdog, took the 
lead midway in the second guarter, scoring on a 63- 
yard drive that covered ten plays. 

The Rebs mounted two drives, but both were 
stopped just short of pay dirt. It took a 5 I -yard pass 
from Weatherly to Wells to get across the goal 
line. Irwin kicked to tie the game. 

Weatherly completed I 2 passes for 1 44 yards and 
ran for 32 more, raising his league-leading total to 
879. Lambert held his rank as the nation's top punter, 
kicking five times for a 47.2 average. 




OLE MISS 10 



L.S.U. 11 

With 60,000 screaming Cajuns urging them on, 
LSU's valiant Tigers "went for two" Halloween night 
and thus earned an 11-10 victory over an equally 
valiant Ole Miss team. 

LSU scored first on a 33-yard field goal. Our 
Rebels, undaunted, jumped right back, scoring on a 
3-yard run by Weatherly and a 28-yard field goal 
by Irwin that made the score 1 0-3. 

The Tigers fought back late in the fourth quarter, 
scoring on a 1 9-yard pass. Trailing 10-9, they elected 
to go-for-broke and passed for the two-point con- 
version. 

We lost by one point, but the Rebel players and 
fans alike could hold their heads high. If ever a team 
played its heart out, Ole Miss did that night. 



Frank Kinard administers a healthy stiff-arm to LSU tackier. 



Vigil from the sidelines. 





James Thaxton waves at camera as he assists James Mike Nelson in 
bringing down Tampa quarterback. 



Cunningham snatches a Charles Myers pass. 



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TAMPA 



Rebel fans got a peep at "next year's model" at 
Hemingway Stadium as the Ole Miss second unit 
glided to a 36-0 win over the Spartans of Tampa. 
Ten of the starting Rebel unit never left the bench 
as southpaw quarterback Charlie Myers guided the 
alternates to victory, completing eight passes for 
192 yards and two touchdowns. Setback Doug Cun- 
ningham scampered for 125 yards in 17 carries, 
leading the rushing department. 

Tampa capitalized on a loose Rebel secondary to 
complete 17 passes for 166 yards, but the rugged 
Ole Miss line kept the Spartans from mounting any 
serious offensive drives. 

The Rebels are now rested and in top physical 
condition, primed and ready for the titanic battle 
next Saturday in Knoxville. 




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Mike Dennis scales Tennessee wall for first down. 



Dave Wells drives towards collision. 





The Heidel brothers corner Tennessee end after a pass reception. 



OLE MISS 30 



TENNESSEE 



It had to happen. The slowly-burning fuse was 
bound to ignite the Rebel powderkeg sometime. It 
happened in Knoxville, blasting the Volunteers and 
the myth of the "Knoxville Jinx" sky-high simul- 
taneously. 

In their 30-0 romp, Ole Miss tied the all-time 
winning margin against Tennessee, salvaged much 
lost pride, and demonstrated conclusively that they 
can play championship football. The Rebels also 
earned an invitation to the Bluebonnet Bowl in 
Houston. 

Coach Vaught's boys excelled in all departments. 
The fantastic Mike Dennis ran for 75 yards, scored 
two touchdowns, and caught five passes for 50 yards. 
The hard-hitting line produced four Tennessee fum- 
bles, and the secondary allowed only two pass com- 
pletions. 

Cow College, here we come!! 



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OLE MISS 17 



STATE 20 



There isn't a lot that can be said aboui" this game. 
Probably not one per cent of the student body can 
remember when A and M last beat Ole Miss. We 
completed four times as many passes as State, 
gained a hundred more yards, and made six more 
first downs. But, twist, turn, and reinterpret the 
statistics a thousand times, and a cold, gray fact 
remains: they made more points. 

Mike Dennis made another fine showing, gaining 
50 yards on the ground and 28 via two pass intercep- 
tions. But the offensive horses of Starkville, Rhoden 
and Granger, the alert Maroon defense, and the 
ever-present penalty flag tipped the scales toward 
the victory-starved farmboys. 

Yeah, but just wait till next year . . . 



The sticky fingers of Rocky Fleming latch onto a Weatherly pass. 



Bobby Robinson tears his head off 




BLUE BONNET BOWL 




OLE MISS 7 



Cunningham fights for a first down. 



TULSA 14 



Jerry Rhome, Tulsa's aerial artist, conspired with 
his rugged defensive linemen to spoil the Rebels' 
record-breaking eighth straight journey to a major 
bowl as the Hurricanes downed the Rebels 14-7. 

Ole Miss, an I I -point favorite, scored first on a 
57-yard drive in the second guarter, with Weatherly 
going the final yard. We enjoyed the lead less than 
five minutes, however, as Rhome, using only one 
pass, directed a 72-yard surge to tie the score and 
then turned to the airlanes for the 74-yard drive in 
the third period that netted the go-ahead touch- 
down. 

Rhome's stellar showing in completing 22 of 36 
passes won for him the trophy as the game's Most 
Valuable Player. 







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The undefeated 1964 Freshman Football Team is, Front Row: Jim Had- 
dock, Bruce Newell, Hank Shows, Joe Kelly, Cal Walker, Glenn Bullen, 
Robert Garriques, Carl Pope, Mike Robbins, Ronnie Channell. Second 
Row: Chuck Skillman, John Walker, Billy Harthcock, Bob Bailey, Tommy 
James, Eddie Foster, Hugh Sheldon, Bobby Wade, Don Street, Jim 



Farmer. Third Row: James (Red) Hall, Eddie Barnett, Mike Magee, 
Troy Seals, Mac McClure, Dan Sartin, Benny Coward, Larry Whitener, 
Alan Bush, Bobby Hendrix, Jack Duckworth. Fourth Row: Reed Webb, 
Ricky Peterson, Jerry Murphy, Stan Sullivan, David Blackburn, Bill Kibe, 
Jimmy Sullivan, Bob Priester, Bobo Uzzle, Kelly Roberts, Mike Haik. 



FRESHMAN FOOTBALL 



The 1964 Baby Rebels pranced and danced to 
their first perfect season in a decade. In their victory 
Alabama 14-0, and State 9-0. 

Against the Tigers, fullback Bobby Wade and two 
fine-looking quarterbacks, Carroll Walker and Bruce 
Newell, led the offense that moved with precision 
and power. 

The first Rebel score came in the second period on 
a 23-yard throw from Walker to wingback Billy Hath- 
cock. In the game's waning minutes Ole Miss guard 
Mike McClure intercepted a Tiger pass and ran for 
the I 3 yards for the clinching T.D. 



A pair of dazzling touchdown passes by flashy 
little Carl Allen Pope carried the Ole Miss frosh to a 
1 4-7 victory over Vanderbilt. The I 65-pound speed- 
ster pranced 73 yards for the first score and 65 yards 
for the second. 

Pope and Carrol Walker provided the scoring 
punch for the Baby Rebs against Alabama. 

Ole Miss closed out its perfect season with a 9-0 
victory over State. The Rebs dominated the entire 
game, picking up I 2 first downs to State's three and 
223 total yards to the Neck's 87. 



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BASKETBALL 



Although the Rebels were not quite as impressive 
this year as last year, they managed to give many 
of the better teams in the conference a rough way 
to go. The Rebels have been hindered most of the 
season with injuries to key players. The loss of All- 
Conference guard Donnie Kessinger through gradu- 
ation last year hurt the Rebs' scoring punch, al- 
though some of the younger players have come 
along fine in taking up the slack. 




Rebel Basketball Coach Eddie Crawford. 



The 1964-1965 Ole Miss Basketball Squad— First Row: Jack Turner, 
Sophomore, Paris, Ky.; Glenn Lusk, Junior, Muldraugh, Ky.; Richard 
Megginson, Sophomore, Tupelo, Miss.; Eddie Dunn, Junior, Atlanta, 
Ga.; Ronald Steinhardt, Senior, Ireland, Ind.; Mickey Williams, Junior, 
Pine Bluff, Mo. Second Row: Jack Gayden, Junior, Nashville, Tenn.; 
Spenser Schreiter, Junior, Forest Hill, Miss.; Jim Bobe, Junior, Vin- 



cennes, Ind.; Jim Robbins, Junior, New Albany, Miss.; Fred Stanley, 
Junior, Shubuta, Miss. Third Row: Bill Poland, Sophomore, Guthrie, Ky.; 
Charles Huffstatler, Junior, Ingomar, Miss.; Bob Kreilein, Senior, Jasper, 
Ind.; John Partridge, Junior, Anna, III.; Jim Moran, Sophomore, Co- 
lumbus, Miss. 




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Glenn Lusk fires it to Huffstatler. 



Jack Steinhardt blocks Tennessee field goal attempt. 



Jim Robbins shoots against the Rebels. 





The Rebels have had to work quite a bit harder 
this season due to a height disadvantage. This dis- 
advantage often made it necessary for them to 
change their playing tactics at different times. This 
season was a rebuilding one for the Rebs, but they 
will have a full crop back for next year's team. 



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John Partridge tries to slip around Auburn guard. 



Eddie Dunn shoots against Arkansas A&M. 
Charles Huffstatler mixes it up with the Volunteers. 






First Row: Dave Presley, Tommy Morris, Eddie Brawley, Richie Perkins, 
Chet Bergalowski, Tommy Keyes, Billy Sumrall, Donnie Kessinger, Richard 
Almond. Second Row: Rodney Mattina, Bill Rogers, Jerry Rikard, Dennis 
Huffman, Glenn Lusk, Fred Roberts, Chuck Norman, Mickey Williams, 



Kenny Ryland. Third Row: Nathan Fisher, Ray Whitener, Richie Prine, 
Ron Peresich, Russell Johnson, Jimmy Jones, Jan Adelman, Bill McGlath- 
ery, Larry Higginbotham, Coach Tom Swayze. (Not pictured Bobby 
Boyd). 



BASEBALL 



The seventh-inning stretch. 




The 1964 Rebel Baseball Team was one of the 
finest in the school's history. The Reb baseballers 
captured the SEC Western Division Pennant, the 
overall SEC crown, the NCAA District III Cham- 
pionship, and participated in the College World 
Series. 

Ole Miss compiled an ll-l record in Western 
Division play and defeated Auburn twice to win 
the over-all SEC title. Ole Miss defeated West 
Virginia and North Carolina twice to take the Dis- 
trict III crown at Gastonia, N.C. The Rebels lost to 
Southern California and Arizona State in the Col- 
lege World Series at Omaha, Neb. The final record 
was 24-7. 

Leading batters for Ole Miss last year were 
Donnie Kessinger (All-America) at .432, Glenn Lusk 
(All SEC) at .358 and 31 RBI's, Tommy Keyes (All 
SEC) at .330, and Frend Roberts at .420 and 7 
homeruns. 



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In the pitching department, the big winners were 
SEC) at .330, and Fred Roberts at .420 and 7 
and Larry Higginbotham at 5-1. In earned run 
average (ERA) the leaders were Johnson at 1.19, 
Bill McGlathery at 1.85, and Prine at 2.00. 




On to Omaha! 




Team congratulates a happy Larry Higginbotham after a home run. 
Kessinger beats the throw. 





Coach Tom swayie in a moment of thought. 



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Yer OUT! 



Tommy Keyes demonstrates the split. 



We're number I ! 




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Freddie Roberts connects for a double. 



Luslt slides safely into third. 



Keyes tries again. 




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Ole Miss Netmen on 1964 Team are, Left to Right: Fred Sandifer, 
Hap Woodson, Bill Hovious, Jerry Mason, Ellis Branch, Rick Billings, 
and Coach John L. Cain. 



1964 TENNIS 



Eleven matches and two tournaments served as 
competitive fare for the 1 964 Rebel netmen. 

In Southeastern Conference action, the Ole Miss 
netmen engaged Vanderbilt, LSU, and Mississippi 
State. Ole Miss played host to this spring's SEC 
tournament as well as entering the Mississippi Inter- 
collegiate meet as State College. 

Members of the 1 964 tennis squad were Rick 
Billings, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin; Fred Sandifer, 
Greenwood; Jerry Mason, Meridian; Walter (Hap) 
Woodson, Key West, Florida; Bill Hovious, Oxford; 
Allen Yates, Shelby; and Rudolph (Twig) Branch. 

The complete schedule is marked with victories 
over Millsaps College and Mississippi College, and 
losses to Murry State, Vanderbilt, LSU, Mississippi 
State, Mississippi College, and Southwestern of 
Memphis. The Rebels finished fifth in the Mississippi 
Intercollegiafe Tournament and eighth in SEC com- 
petition. 




JOHN CAIN 
Coach 



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The 1964 Track Team, Left to Right: Jimmy Heidel, Brent Caston, Dave Wells, Billy Clay, Jimmy Jones, 
and Mike McElhaney. 



The 1964 Golf Team Included, Front Row, Left to Right: Van Lee, 
Bobby Parker, Charles Graeber. Back Row: Bill Hovious, John Dement, 
Jimmy Whitten. 




1964 GOLF AND TRACK 

The 1964 golf team, coached by Junie Hovious, 
posted a 5-4 mark, and in doing so played some 
excellent, if not consistent, golf .The good balance 
of the season's sixsome offers good hope for the 
future. In the Mississippi Intercollegiate tournament 
at Cleveland, Rebel No. I Jimmy Hoppen of Boga- 
losua, La., lost a sudden-death play-off for the title, 
finishing with I 37 for the 36 holes. The Rebels missed 
the team championship by two strokes, wtih an ag- 
gregate of 563, three over par. 

In addition to their fine showing at Cleveland, the 
Rebel golfers scored victories over Southwestern, 
Arkansas State, Memphis State, Vanderbilt, and 
Arkansas State in a rematch. 

Other team members are Johnny Dement, Jimmy 
Whitten, Van Lee, Bobby Parker, and Charles 
Graeber. 





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First Row: Jan Adleman, Boe Aldridge, Richard Almond, Ray Beding- 
field, Chet Bergalowski, Jim Bobe, Bobby Boyd, Eddie Brawley, Allen 
Brown, Brent Caston. Second Row: Billy Clay, Doug Cunningham, Joe 
Dean, John Dement, Mike Dennis, Eddie Dunn, Don Estes, Eddie Fisher, 
Rocky Fleming, Ronnie Fowler. Third Row: Lee Garner, Max Greenlee, 
Wayne Harris, James Harvey, Jimmy Heidel, Roy Heidel, Stan Hind- 
man,, Charles Hinton, Owen Hovater, Charles Huffstatler. Fourth Row: 
Dave Jennings, Russell Johnson, Jimmy Jones, Donnie Kessinger, Bob 
Kreilein, Tommy Keyes, Frank Lambert, Jamie Little, Tommy Lucas. 



Fifth Row: Tommy Luke, Glenn Lusk, John Maddox, Bill McGlathery, 
Rodney Mattina, Marvin, McQueen, John Metz, Marvin Mims, Sammie 
Moses, Charles Myers. Sixth Row: James Mike Nelson, Chuck Norman, 
Bobby Parker, John Partridge, Ron Peresich, Joe Petty, Dave Presley, 
Richie Prine, Tommy Rice, Jerry Richardson. Seventh Row: Bobby 
Robinson, James Shows, Ken Smith, Ron Steinhardt, Billy Sumrall, Steve 
Terracin, Jim Thaxton, Jack Townes, John Turner, Gerald Warfield. 
Eighth Row: Jimmy Weatherly, Dave Wells, Joe Wilkins, Don Windham. 



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Seated from Left to Right: Bob Kreilein Frankie Lambert, and Billy Sumrall. Standing: 
Bobby Robinson, and Frank Kinard. 



OLE MISS "M" CLUB 



OFFICERS 

Frank Lambert President 

Bob Kreilein Vice-President 

Billy Sumrall Secretary 

Rodney Mattina . . Treasurer 

Bobby Robinson Sergeant at Arms 

Frank Kinard Historian 



The Ole Miss "M" Club of the University of Mississippi is com- 
posed of those men who have participated and lettered in one of 
the interocllegiate sports at the University. 

Only the members of the "M" Club are qualified to wear the Ole 
Miss "M," which distinguishes these men as winners of the athletic 
award. 

The purpose of the Club is to promote sports and sportsmanship 
at the University. Its members assist in the recruiting of high-school 
athletes for the University. 

The "M" Club's big project is the handling of the Spring football 
intra-squad game held each year in March. Their main social event 
is the annual Christmas party. 

This year they began a new project, the Ail-American Scholar- 
ship, which is sponsored by the "M" Club and its alumni. 



FRANK LAMBERT 

1965 "M" Club Presidsnt 




JAN HARRIS 

1965 "M" Club Sponsor 





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OLE MISS BAND 

The Ole Miss Marching Band traveled thousands 
of miles this year to help boost the Rebels. Ably 
directed by Mr. Lyle Babcock and his assistants, 
Ronald Thielman and Walter Johnson, the Band 
has appeared on national television more than any 
other college band this year. 

The band's showmanship has produced halftime 
shows to remember for a long time. Two of the 
most memorable performances were those at the 
Ole Miss-State game and the Ole Miss-Tulsa game 
at the Bluebonnet Bowl. 

The Rebel Band starts off the year by leading 
thousands of yelling Ole Miss students to the town 
sguare for the Welcome Rebel Party. They also 
participate in the Oxford Christmas Parade. 

Truly, Mississippi has been made famous all over 
the world by the Rebel Band and the Rebelettes. 




THE REBEL BAND DIRECTORS— Seated: Lyle Babcock, Director. Stand- 
ing: Ronald Thielman, Assistant Director, and Walter Johnson, Student 
Director. 



THE REBELETTES— Virginia Alexander, Brenda Rush, Donna Chinn, 
Alice Mitchell, Kathy Richardson, Shellye Stanley, Betty Carlisle, Bon- 
nie Burns, Barbara Ledbetter, Marilyn Ingram, Susan Miles, Nora 
Finklea, Becky Wilson, Fauncine Fairchild. 



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Johnny Gary comes in to break up the pass. 



Front Row: Claire Miller, Robert Baucomb, Frank Harrington, Ken 
Lackey, Greg Warren, and Tommy Ford. Back Row: Hal Solas, Bobby 
Parker, Alan Tidwell, Bud Moore, Steve Wester, and R. L. Funderburk. 




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Joe Ezelk "snake-hops" away from Sigma Chi defenders. 



Ken Lackey, Intramural Council President. 



INTRAMURAL COUNCIL 



OFFICERS— Bud Moore, Bobby Parker, Hal Solas, and Ken Lackey. 



The Fraternity Intramural Council plans and di- 
rects all the intramural activities in which the social 
fraternities participate. The Council is made up of 
two members from each of the sixteen social frater- 
nities on campus. Among the duties of the Council 
are arranging schedules, compiling of results, deter- 
mining of eligibility of athletes, and interpretation of 
rules of all sports involved. 

The fraternity athletic season begins during the 
fall semester with touch football, which is probably 
the most hotly contested sport of all. During the 
remainder of the year the Greeks go out for basket- 
ball, bowling, softball, tennis, table tennis, and other 
sports. 

The fraternities are divided into two leagues for 
competition in term sports; then the league cham- 
pionship of that sport. Points are given for each 
victory in a major sport — basketball, football, soft- 
ball — and for each over-all championship in a minor 
sport. At the end of the year the points are tabu- 
lated and the intramural championship trophy is 
awarded to the fraternity with the highest number 
of points. 




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ALUMNI 
ASSOCIATION 




R. D. WILCOX 
Vice-President 




SAM P. CARTER 

Athletic Committee 

Representative 



WILLIAM S. GRIFFIN 

Director of Alumni 

Activities 



JACK W. BARKSDALE 
President 



The Alumni House was financed by contributions 
of the alumni of the University of Mississippi and a 
revenue bond issue which was presented to the Uni- 
versity on October 20, 1951. It was dedicated to the 
memory of those alumni and former students who 
gave their lives in the wars of their country. With 
the adjoining Mississippi Center for Continuation 
Study it has become a part of one of the most com- 
plete centers for adult education. 

Each fall during the football season the Alumni 
House becomes a center of activity as former Uni- 
versity of Mississippi students from all over the na- 
tion pour into Oxford to renew old friendships and 
cheer for the Rebel football team. 

New officers of the Alumni Association are in- 
stalled each year at the annual Homecoming foot- 
ball game. 



JAMES N. BUTLER 
Alumni Secretary 




C. WILLIAM PRICE 
Medical Alumni Secretary 




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BOARD OF DIRECTORS 



District One 

James Hugh Ray, Tupelo I 

Jesse M. Elkin, Columbus 2 

O. R. Smith, Jr., Corinth 3 

District Two 

Dr. F. A. Anderson, University I 

Charles S. Tindall, Greenville 2 

W. E. Wilroy, Hernando 2 

District Three 

Prescott A. Sherman, McComb I 

Dan Shell, Jackson 2 

Ted Russell, Yazoo City 2 

District Four 

Archie McDonnell, Meridian I 

Lester Williamson, Meridian 2 

Joel G. Payne, Brandon 3 

District Five 

J. Boyce Holleman, Wiggins I 

Frank D. Montague, Hattiesburg 2 

Raymond Brown, Pascagoula 3 

Out-of-State 

G. Norman Simpson, Memphis I 

Dr. W. D. Beacham, New Orleans I 

Sam Mcllwain, Washington, D. C I 

George W. Bass, Memphis 3 

James Ogden, Mobile 3 

Kelly Clifford, Houston 3 

Maurice Colly, Atlanta 3 

Elbert Hodge, Birmingham 3 

Ex Officio Members — Medical 

Dr. B. B. O'Mara Biloxi 

Dr. W. E. Lotterhos Jackson 

Dr. Howard Nelson Greenwood 

Dr. S. Lamar Bailey Kosciusko 

Dr. Frank Massengill Brookhaven 

Dr. James G. Thompson Jackson 



State-at-Large 

Lee Cossar, Leland 

Marion Smith, Natchez 

Miller P. Holmes, Yazoo City 

Pat D. Holcomb, Clarksdale 

Mrs. Lucy Thompson, Jackson 

Dr. James L. Royals, Jackson 

Dr. Temple Ainsworth, Jackson 

Dr. Wendell B. Holmes, McComb 

Will Hickman, Oxford ■ 

Otho S. Johnson, Jr., Jackson 2 

Dr. Jay McDuffie, Nettleton 2 

Clarence Morgan, Kosciusko 2 

Dr. Sam S. Mounger, Greenwood 2 

Guy Billups, Greenwood 2 

W. E. Howard, Laurel 2 

Mitchell Salloum, Jr., Gulfport 2 

Paul McMullan, Newton 3 

John Prewitt, Vicksburg 3 

Rowland W. Heidelberg, Hattiesburg 3 

William F. Winter, Jackson 3 

Frank Potts, Jackson 3 

Ex Officio Members 

William H. Barbour Yazoo City 

James T. Singley Meridian 

Orma R. Smith, Sr Corinth 

Mitchell S. Salloum, Sr Gulfport 

R. Baxter Wilson Jackson 

Chester H. Curtis Clarksdale 

Carl McKellar Columbus 

S. Lyle Bates Jackson 

Sam P. Carter Quitman 

Frank E. Everett Vicksburg 

Thompson McClellan West Point 

Otho R. Smith Meridian 

George Payne Cossar Charleston 

Harvey Lee Morrison Okolona 

Tayior H. McElroy Oxford 

David Cottrell Gulfport 

James McClure Sardis 

Dr. I. C. Knox Vicksburg 



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People that we're glad we're not. 




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First Row: 

Mary Rose Abernathy, Mary Ann Burks, 
Kathy Caldwell, Susan Carruth, Judy 
Coursey, Gail Ford. 



Second Row: 

Eecky Fowler, Lucy Gerhart, Cheryl Hay- 
nie, Susan Heyward, Dorothy Duncan 
Jones, Fern Jones. 



Third Row: 

Becky Lane, Brenda Lokey, Sally McDon- 
nell, Evonne Mulline, Rome Polsgrove, 
Sally Price. 



Fourth Row: 

Cecilia Richardson, Jerry Rigqs, Peggy 
Savaqe, Judy Sherrill, Susan Singleterry, 
Betty Smith. 



Fifth Row: 

Dianne Still, Bobbie Straub, Sherry Lane 

Taylor, Pam Vaughn, Ann Warren, Sally 

Kate Winters. 

Not Pictured: 

Becky Ferguson, Madeline Hagstrom, 

Edna Lott, Marjo Thornton. 






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MARY ANN BURKS 

President of Pan-Hellenic Council 





Seated: Mary Ann Burks, President; Sherry Lane Taylor, Secretary. Standing: Judy 
Coursey, Vice President; Sally Kate Winters, Treasurer. 

PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL 



The Pan-Hellenic Council of the University of Mississippi 
is a member of the National Pan-Hellenic Conference. Its 
purposes are to act as a governing body for all sororities and 
between sorority and non-sorority women. 

Always working for the good of the University, Pan- 
Hellenic strives to promote fine intellectual achievement 
and scholarship, to maintain high social standards, and to 
promote worthy projects on and off the campus. 

The council is composed of the presidents of each of the 
sororities and two additional representatives from each 
group. Each representative is elected by her own sorority. 
The officers of the council are selected on a rotation basis 
with each sorority having an officer of Pan-Hellenic at regu- 
lar intervals. 

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The oldest secret sorority for co lege women, Alpha Delta Pi, was found- 
ed in 1051 at Wesleyan Female College in Macon, Georgia, the oldest 
women's college in the world. 

Delta Sigma Chapter came to the University of Mississippi in I960, and 
has made vast progress since that time. Alpha Delta Pi's are active in lead- 
ership positions in various phases of University life. Joyce Ramay served 
as President of Isom Ha I, and Ginger Walsh as Treasurer of Hefley. Julie 
Smith served as President of the Journalistic fraternity and as associate 
editor of the Mississippian. The ADPi's point with pride to their three cam- 
pus senators — Charlene Boggs, Joyce Ramay, and Julie Smith. 

The pin of Alpha Delta Pi (similar to their next door neighbor's) is dia- 
mond shaped and bears clasped hands. The sorority colors, blue and white, 
and the vio'et, its flowers, are an inspiration to the members to live up to 
the ideals stressed by the founders of the sorority — "the trails of intellect- 
ual and moral worth, dignity of character, and propriety of deportment." 





First Row: 

Virginia Louise Alexander, Virna 
Ruth Alexander, Carroll Suzanne 
Armour, Billi Ann Bailey, Elizabeth 
Ann Ballard, Brenda E. Barbee. 



Second Row: 

Lois Jean Bloch, Charlene C. Boggs, 
Cynthia Louise Brame, Julia Holmes 
Caldwell, Betty M. E. Carlisle, Sarah 
Lynn Cashion. 



Third Row: 

Jane Cranford, Linda Lee Dunn, Jo 
Carol Finch, Bonnie Jane Fleming, 
Gail Grace Ford, Sarah B. Franklin. 



Fourth Row: 

Margaret Ann Gibbens, Ida Hervey 
Graham, Marjorie L. Grinstead, 
Madeline Hagstrom, Nancy Jane 
Harris, Mary Virginia Hill. 



Fifth Row: 

Katherine O. Hollis, Karla Kaye 
Hubbard, Margaret Hayward Lea, 
Gloria Jeanette McGuire, Kathleen 
MacDonald, Elizabeth Hilda Mobley. 



Sixth Row: 

Janice C. Neill, Susan Lucretia 
Peeler, Tanya Jane Prichard, Joyce 
Anne Ramay, Jacqueline R. Ramsey, 
Dianne Jeanne Shaffer. 



Seventh Row: 

Julie Drew Smith, Linda Jane Smith, 
Joan Elaine Turner, Virqinia Mari- 
anne Walsh, Emily Anne Warren. 



Not Pictured: 
Rebecca Ann Carson, 
Prichard. 



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Nu Beta Chapter of Alpha Omicron Pi was brought to the Ole Miss cam- 
pus in 1957, after its founding at Barnard College in 1897. From this be- 
ginning it has grown to include 61 collegiate chapters, 161 alumnae chap- 
ters, and over 30,000 members in the United States and Canada. 

The AOP's are noted, this year, for pledging the largest single group 
of rushees of any sorority, or any fraternity, except, naturally, Sigma Nu. 
This is due to the fact that over the summer they sold red and blue umbrellas 
over the state. 

This year the AOP's are represented by a Freshman Cheerleader Jane 
Riggs, Beta Theta Pi and Phi Kappa Theta sweethearts, Navy and Army 
sponsors, and the President of Panhellenic, Mary Ann Burks. Participation 
in such organizations as the Committee of 100, the Campus Senate, the 
Ole Miss Concert Singers, the University Dancers, Cwens, Mortar Board, 
and Alpha Lambda Delta have brought much distinction to Nu Beta. 




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First Row: 

Barbara J. Alexander, Linda K. 
Atkins, P n Baker Margaret 

E. Barbee, Mary Elizabeth Barrett, 
Sondra Kathleen Beaver, Phyllis 
Janice Beckwith, Alice Mae Bellshot, 
Melanie Patricia Bernard. 



Second Row: 

Judith Mary Boney, Ann L. Bramwell. 
Mary Ann Burks, Margaret Alice 
Bynum, Carol Ann Carrington, Anna 
Kate Cox, Sammye Jane Cox, Ruth 
Ann Davis, Linda Virginia Dean. 



Third Row: 

Lani Lee Densinq, Judith Susan East, 
Nancy Lee Ellis, Beverly F. Fairchlld. 
Karen D. Fancher, Phyllis Eloise 
Grant, Sharon Hall Green, Dolores 
Dross Haig, Elinor Lynn Haney. 



Fourth Row: 

E. Elizabeth Henderson. Elba Jane 
Hogue, Marilyn Ruth Ingram, Mil- 
dred Anne Ingram, Linda Dorothy 
Inqrassia, Linda Louise Jacobs, 
Laura Mavis Justice, Virlinda Carol 
Kincaid, Gertrude Louise Klenner. 



Fifth Row: 

Lois B. Lafollette, Pamela Ann Leach, 
Treva Anne Leggelt, Dorothy P. 
Mclnnis, Kai J. McMillan, Anne Mur- 
ray Marley, Mary Kathleen Mar; 
Sylvia Lee Mayfield, Marilyn L. Mills. 



Sixth Row: 

Sherry Elaine Mills, Roberta J. 
Murphy, Jo Ellen Nettles, Virginia 
Ann Palmer, Patricia Ann Paul, 
Lucinda Lee Payne, Ethel Ann Pear- 
son, Tommye Carlyn Peden, Martha 
Rives Phillips. 



Seventh Row: 

Rosemary Pierce, Rome Dabbs Pols- 
grove, Carolyn Posey, Jan Elizabeth 
Reddock. Susan Ann Reed, Janet 
Sue Rhodes, Jane Allen Riggs, Jerry 
Ann Riggs, Nancy Lee Rogers. 



Eighth Row: 

Roberta Kay Rowland, Ruth Ann 
Rutherford, Sandra Fay Savoy, Mary 
Duran Scott, Mary Claire Cox Sim- 
mons, Elizabeth Anne Smith, Kath- 
leen P. Smith, Daisy Diane Sullivan, 
Patricia A. Sumners. 



Ninth Row: 

Sandra Kaye Tutor, Susan Katherine 
Tutor, Rebecca E. Walker. Marcia 
Wanda West, Trudy Ann Wilkins, 

Elizabeth J. Wooten. 



Not Pictured: 

Daney Adeline Daniel. 



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The wise old Owls of Chi Omega Fraternity first snubbed their way on 
campus in 1899 with the immigration of Tau Chapter, after having been 
founded in 1895 at the University of Arkansas. 

Among the elite in Tau Chapter this year were Marjorie Moore, Home- 
coming Queen; Anne Tomlinson, Varsity Cheerleader; and Beth Eichold, 
Freshman Cheerleader. Chi Omega is extremely proud of Jere Gibert and 
Sally Holloman, who were chosen favorites, and Sally Scott, an alternate 
beauty. 

Tau chapter also claims leaders in various organizations. Mary Ann Han- 
cock served as President of Cwens, Melissa Pendleton as Commander of 
Angel Flight, and Carol Sellers as Vice-President of WRA. 

The entire campus applauded Tau Chapter this year for winning the 
School Spirit Trophy — their first trophy in ten years. Let us hope it will re- 
move the cobwebs left by past years. 

The gir's of Tau truly add glitter to the campus and shine brightly in the 
crown of Chi Omega. 





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Firs! Row: 

Alice Kay Abernathy, Susan Priscilla 
Alford, Mary Doug. as Allen, Anne 
Finlay Archer, Genevieve McBee 
Barbour, Josephine C. Borth/. 
Sandra Diane Bowen. Mary Elliott 
Brister, Sue Carole Bris-> 



Second Row: 

Suzan Brown, Sara Louise Butler, 
Bonita Buiterfield, Susan Rowe Car- 
ruth, Ani a O. Chandler, Virginia A. 
Davis, Elizabeth M. Denhim, Dianne 
Mann Dev/ees, Anna C. Dunn, 



Third Row: 

Brenda Sue Eaton, Mary E. Edmon- 
son, Elizabeth Ann Eichold, Marylyn 
Paqe E'lis. Keren Ellen Everett, 
Nancy K. Fo;se, Nancy H. Garth, 
Lucy Sparrow Gerhart, Jere Gibert. 



Fourth Row: 

Lady Melinda Gilfoy, Miriam S 
Goza, Sarah Janet Hamilton, Mary 
Ann Hancock. Lou Ann Hartgraves, 
Marqaret Ann Hobart, Katherine W. 
Hoffman, Sara King Holloman, Mary 
Launa Jones. 



Fifth Row: 

Mary W. Kavanaugh, Carolyn Red- 
doch Kerr, Jane Norvelle Lambdin, 
Marie McCabe Liprcomb, Amelia 
Catherine Loper, Helen Harvey 
Ludlam. Elizabeth Ann McConneH, 
Charlotte G. McGee, Jane K. 
Maqruder. 



Sixth Row: 

Gwen Ann Mills, Marprie Anne 
Moore, Janet Lee Nelson, Tab • 
Flake Ogden, Lessley F. Oliver, Pa- 
tricia Olivia Palmer, Melissa Am 
Pendleton, C'aire Ann Phelps, 
Amanda B. Povall. 



Seventh Row: 

Mary E. Powers, Cecil'a Odile Quin, 
Sandra L. Riemann, A'exandra Eliza- 
beth Ross, Roberfa Grace Ross, 
Suzanne Wells Sandifer, Elizabeth 
Lee Scott, Carol Kern Sellers, Clela 
Gordon Sh 



Eighth Row: 

Jo Anne Shirley, Frances Caffy Sim- 
mons. Martha A. Stansel, Mary 
Catherine Stephens, Mariette E. 
Stewart, Anne Lewis Sullivant, Caro- 
line L. Taylor, Eleanor E. Thompson, 
Norma C. Thompson. 



Ninth Row: 

Vance McLean Thompson, Joy 
Moore Tindall, Anne B. Tomlinson, 
Beverly Marie Tumlinson, Carol Ann 
Turnipse?d, Ruth Lafon Walcott, 
Virginia lone Walker, Donna White, 
Roberta Moore Wilson, Jean Wyeth 
Wood. 



Not Pictured: 

Mary Janalee Keaton, Edna Green 

Lott, Regan A. Pendleton, Sally 

Scott. 



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Delta Delta Delta, after its founding in 1888 at Boston University, has 
grown to over 106 active chapters in the U.S. and Canada. Chi Chapter, 
one of the first, was established at Ole Miss in 1904. 

This year there were many DDD'S in the campus spotlight. At the Parade 
of Beauties and Favorites Barbara Allen and Fleeta Fox were selected beau- 
ties, while Lassie Cook, Patsy Puckett, and Dee Dee Speakes were chosen 
campus favorites. Lassie Cook served as a Varsity Cheerleader, and Patsy 
Puckett reigned as Miss University. Dorothy Duncan Jones was elected 
Secretary of the Senior Class. 

Their unique sorority pin is definitely symbolic. The famous pattern of 
the Crescent Moon and Stars is what they usually see on dates, the silver 
and gold are what they look for in their mates, and the blue is representa- 
tive of their post-rush sentiment. 

The principal party attraction of the Tri Delta's are the astoundingly 
successful Faculty Teas, which adequately account for their position as 
the scholastic elite on sorority row. 





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First Row: 

Mary Rose Aberne+hy, Judith Ann 
Adams, Barbara Ann Allen, Ramelle 
Eason Bell, Jane Jackson Bigger, 
Corinne Gaither Bowles, Bonnie B. 
Burns, Keith Shepherd Bush, Rita 
Proby Cabaniss. 



Second Row: 

Cynthia Louise Cain, Elizabeth 
Chapman Carter, Mary Karen Caul- 
field, Susan Stevens Clark, Janie 
Lyn Clinton, Frances Armelia Cooke, 
Leigh L. Davidson, Joan Elaine 
Downer, Sara Margaret Edwards. 



Third Row: 

Margaret Devane Fair, Carolyn B. 

Flagg, Fleeta E. Fox, Shelley Lee 

Fraser, Louise Michele Gardner, 

Janet Ann Griffin, Lynda Ann 

Grimes, Suzanne Haley, Barbara 

Harris. 



Fourth Row: 

Judy Lee Hemphill, Sandra Kay 
Houston, Corinne V. Johnson, Ann 
Bourdeaux Jones, Dorothy Duncan 
Jones, Margaret Elizabeth Jones, 
Sara Catherine Jordan, Beryl Dianne 
Kearney, Hallie E. Kimbrough. 



Fifth Row: 

Karen Dean Kipp, Christie McClen- 

nan, June Lovell Martin, Rosemary 

Maxey, Mildred L. Meacham, Martha 

Clark Mellon, Mary R. Montgomery, 

Patricia Anne Moore, Mary Martha 

Morehead. 



Sixth Row: 

Lucy Lee Payne, Mary Louise Payne. 
Shirley V. Payne, Helen House 
Pilkinton, Helen D. Pillow, Joanna 
Poole, Margaret G. Powell, Patricia 
Alice Puckett, Marianna Robbins. 



Seventh Row: 

Barbara S. Ross, Joann Shelton, 
Carolyn S. Slade, Anne Gillespie 
Smith, Lillian Lee Smith, Rosa Hyatt 
Smith, Katie Dee Speak;, Dianne 
Stevens Still, Terry Ann Teasley. 



Eiqhth Row: 

Judy L. Townes, Caroline Gray 
Trabue, Vicki S. Vandeven Jer, Mar- 
garet M. Vaughan, Gar el Eason 
Veazey, M. Faye Walker, Mary Gail 
Walker, Patricia Ellen Walters, 
Susan Frances White. 



Ninth Row: 

Camille S. Wilkinson, Sandra Wil 

liams, Sandra Lee Wood. 



Not Pictured: 

Phyllis Louise Acree, Heler Frances 
Dunn, Martha McCauley Dunn, Pa- 
tricia E. Laberqe, Pamela Morrison. 



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After more than fifty years, Delta Gamma Sorority, which was founded 
at the now defunct Lewis Girls' School in Oxford, in I 874, moved one-half 
of a mile, from University Avenue to Sorority Row with a chapter desig- 
nated Alpha Psi. 

The DG's are active in campus activities as they stress scholarship, lead- 
ership, and active participation in all facets of university life. This year 
Judy Coursey served as president of AWS and the Home Economics Club, 
as well as being chosen as campus favorite. Beverly Whitten, also a campus 
favorite, served as varsity cheerleader. The DG's were well represented in 
the Parade of Beauties with two alternate beauties, Amanda Brown and 
Ellen O'Neal. Amanda also held the title of best-dressed coed on campus. 
According to "factual" rush literature published by the Delta Gam's, "each 
year" they celebrate "Founders Day" and "go to church." 

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First Row: 

Katharine V. Armstrong, Carol 
Jeanne Bequette, Cheryl Bobbitt, 
Brenda Ann Boyce, Mary Amanda 
Brown, Cindy Kaye Browning, Vir- 
qinia C. Campbell, Caiolyn L. Car- 
rinqton, Lora Cynihia Cook. 



Second Row: 

Myra Judith Coursey, Nancy 
Carolyn Coursey, Rayner Jeanne 
Cromwell, Charlotte Ann Dossett, 
Saranne Feemster, Judy Wood 
Floyd, Rebecca Ann Fowler, Gayle 
Louise Garth, Susan K. Gill. 



Third Row: 

Mary Jane Gilluly, Patty Brander 
Graham, Sandra Nell Hall, Kaye 
Ellen Hankins, Regina Claud Hardin, 
Barbara Jeanne Harmon, Marilyn 
Frances Harris, Elizabeth P. Harri- 
son, Ramona C. Hennessee. 



Fourth Row: 

Carroll Jane Higgins, Pamela Ann 
Hotard, Jessie Y. Humphreys, Caro- 
lyn Ann Hurst, Dorothy Fay Johnson, 
Carol Gay Jones, Leigh V. Joseph- 
son, Robena Louise Kendrick, Jane 
E. Key. 



Fifth Row: 

Sandra Vermeil Knight, Kathryn 
Evan Lamar, Elizabeth Anne Lane, 
Betty Boyd Leonard, Marianna Little- 
iohn, Mary Carmille McCullouch, 
Marqaret Ann McCully, Carolyn 
Ann McElwain, Roy Lanctot Mc- 
Roskey. 



Sixth Row: 

Celia Banks Maxey, Judith Lynn 
Mosal, Sherry E. Mosley, Margaret 
Dianne Naff, Ella Jean Nelson, Ida 
Kathryn Nix, Catherine Adair Noah, 
Ellen Oneal, Adele Giles Peresich. 



Seventh Row: 

Sarah Evelyn Price, Mary Aileen 
Ratcliff, Mary Jo Riddell, Ethel 
Marie Ritchie, Elizabeth Ellen Seay, 
Martha Maynette Seay, Ann Ellen 
Shook, Catherine B. Simpson, Janet 
Allen Singletary. 



Eighth Row: 

Carol Lynne Smith, Carol Staggers, 
Dianna Steijen, Lynn Lovell Trep- 
pendahl, Karen Murraine Weeks, 
Mary Anne Westerfield, Marilyn D. 
White, Beverly Rebecca Whitten, 
Mary Montrie Wilborn. 



Ninth Row: 

Linda Frances Williams, Jane Tyler 
Wilson, Rebecca Leigh Wilson, 
Margaret Carol Work, Beth York. 



Not Pictured: 

Victoria Lee Bishop, Camille Nanette 
Faure, Julia Sullivan Hamilton, Pam 
Pickens, Nancy Carroll Pierce, 
Katharine Bledsoe Thimmes. 



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The Rebels' Number One Fan, often known as Kappa Delta Sorority, had 
its beginning at Longwood College in Farmville, Virginia. 

Alpha Mu Chapter has been extremely active on the Ole Miss campus 
since its arrival in 1 927. Some of KD's most outstanding are Ole Miss beau- 
ties Roseann Harwood and Cheryl Haynie, and favorites Martha Ann 
Chadwick and Sherry Enochs. The Kappa Delta's were represented this 
year by Martha Ann Chadwick, Varsity Cheerleader, and Sherry Enochs 
and Martha McCadden, Freshman Cheerleaders. 

Kappa Delta excels in scholarship and boasts members in various campus 
organizations. Diane Conner served as President of the Megaphone Club, 
Delores Smith as Secretary of the AWS, and Judi Simpson as Treasurer of 
the AWS. 

After thirty-eight years of working diligently, the KD's gained probably 
one of their most important honors — a special award of Alpha Sigma 
Sigma. 

The sisters of Kappa Delta hold dear the ideals of their founders of faith, 
hope, and love and are united in loyalty to their colors of emerald and pearl 
white and to the pure white rose. 






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First Row: 

Kathryn P. Adams, Dianne L. Allen, 
Laurie Knox Anthony, Elsie Tyler Ball, 
Glenda Del Barker, Anna Margaret 
Bee, Letitia Mae Biedenharn, Mary 
Ann Biedenharn, Marqot Jean Bilbo. 



Second Row: 

Sandra Lee Black, L'nda Barbour 
Boone, Linda Ann Bowling, Virginia 
Nell Brown, Beverly Sue Bufkin, 
Rachael Marion Butler, Sarah Kath- 
ryn Caldwell, Jan Alyse Campbell. 
Meredith Davis Carpenter. 

Third Row: 

Susan Lee Case, Martha Ann Chad- 
wick, Ann Carol Clark, Judy Carolyn 
Cobb, Joan Estella Colvin, Judith 
Ann Colvin, Cathy Diane Conner, 
Sheryl Clarke Enochs, Patricia Ruih 
Fisher. 



Fourth Row: 

Roane D. Forman, Elizabeth M. 
Foster, Shirley Ann Fratesi, Linda K. 
Gibson, Karen Anne Graham, Kath- 
ryn Lou Hamberlin, Jan Harris, Rose- 
ann Elizabeth Harwood, Cheryl Anne 
Haynie. 



Fifth Row: 

Karen S. Henry, Mary Katherine 
Henry, Dixie Elise Hickman, Martha 
H. Hines, Peggy Ann Home, G. 
Carol Hughey, Sandra Anne James. 
Judy Kay Judge, Susan Kees. 



Sixth Row: 

Patti Lynne Keye, Phyl Jane Kimball, 
Virginia Jean Kinard, Nancy Ruth- 
ledqe Knotts, Rosemary Latimer, 
Jeanne Gail Livingston, Susan K. 
Lomax, Sharon Courtney Lynch, 
Martha Ann McCaddon. 



Seventh Row: 

Jacquelyn McClure, Sarah Weems 
McDonnell, Kay Frances McGehee, 
Georgia Mae McKenzie, Jean 
Yvonne Maitre, Tonl Carol Malvezzi, 
Susan Jane Meason, Kathleen Joan 
Meyer, Judith Ann Mitchell. 



Eiqhth Row: 

Sue Powers Mitchell, Laura Sue 
Morgan, Ruth C. Mozingo, Mary 
Noel Nutt, Elizabeth Ann Parks, 
Margaret L. Pe*eet, Johannah Ma- 
gee Peterson, Sharon Lee Pipkin, 
Glenda Rawson. 



Ninth Row: 

Margaret Anne Riley, Jane Bingham 
Simpson, Julia Toy Simpson, Martha 
Frances Smira, Dolores Ann Smith, 
Linda Lee Stanfill, Gladys Jean 
Stoqner, Sallie S. Thomas, Betty 
Diane West. 



Tenth Row: 

Marilyn Frances Whitaker, Margaret 
Diane Williams, Sally Kate Winters, 
Carole Ann Wislocki, Rose Robyn 
Withers, Martha K. Young. 



Not Pictured: 

Georglana Gunter, Stella Gilleas 
Handy, Elizabeth M. Jones, Sandra 
K. King, Anna Claire Martin, 
Rebecca R. Paine, Melinda Hamil- 
ton Wise. 





1 he "Golden Key" (to what, we know not) was brought to the University 
of Mississippi by Kappa Kappa Gamma in 1947, with the influx of Delta 
Rho Chapter. Kappa Kappa Gamma was founded at Monmouth College 
in 1870. 

Kappas are active in every phase of the University. Some of the KKG's 
in the spotlight are Katie Hester, Secretary of the ASB; Sharon Jones, 
Pharmacy Queen; and Mary Chatman, Features Editor of the OLE MISS. 
Kappas were well represented in the Parade of Beauties and Favorites, at 
which time Bobbie Straub was elected a campus favorite; Louise Cromer 
was chosen an alternate beauty; and Sheryl Saucier became a top beauty. 

The girls of KKG boast members in Mortar Board, CWENS, Angel 
Flight, the Committee of 100, and religious organizations. Kappa's are 
also prominent in the social whirl and have acquired the sweethearts of 
KA, SPE, and Kappa Sig. 

The Kappa's are the proud possessors of a huge colonial mansion, better 
known as the Kappa Hilton. A familiar phrase heard during rush at the KKG 
house is "you can move in second semester." 

The spirit of Kappa is expressed in their motto: "The mighty heart of 
our Kappa home is the culmination of efforts of many girls to live in har- 
mony and sisterly love. This is the tie that ties us all together . . ." 





First Row: 

Jane Elizabeth Allen, Joan Claire 
Allen, Sandra Lee Aust, Katherine N. 
Barlow, Carolyn Ann Billings, Bettie 
M. Bowen, Jackie C. Calhoun, Linda 
Massey Case, Virginia Ann Castle- 
man. 



Second Row: 

Mary Leila Chatman, Susan Clay- 
ton, Karen Lynne Clifford, Shelia 
Jean Conant, Linda Lee Cotner, 
Peggy Ann Cresswell, Mildred Lou- 
ise Cromer, Virginia Portis Cross, 
Stephanie Sue Davis. 



Third Row: 

Mary May Dexter, Anita Kathryn 
Dossett, Nancy Carol Duncan, Patsy 
G. Duncan, Audrey Jane Ellzey, 
Nancy Lynn Fenstermacher, Rebecca 
Ferguson, Bonnie Kay Furnas, Patri- 
cia L. Garrett. 



Fourth Row: 

Gail Gillespie, Phyllis Merida Guest, 
Roberta Mae Halliday, Marcia Anne 
Hamm, Sheila Diane Hansen, Judith 
K. Harper, Pamela Marshall Ha- 
worth, Kathryn Healy Hester, Diane 
E. Howell. 



Fifth Row: 

Mary Louise Hummel, Jean Chamb- 
less Johnson, Rosemary Johnson, 
Jennifer Helen Jones, Sharon Anne 
Jones, Elizabeth A. Kersting, Dorothy 
Duty Landry, Barbara Lane Ledbet- 
ter, Brenda Leo Lokey. 



Sixth Row: 

Marguerite Griffin Lokey, Holly 
Anne McCreiqht, Marcia Ann Mc- 
Duff, Mildred C. McNeil, Carolyn 
C. Maxwell, Susan Grey Metcalf, 
Linda K. Miller, Jo Ann Moore, Jane 
McKeage Nail. 



Seventh Row: 

Suzanne L. Permenter, Barbara Lynn 
Ricau, Minnie K. Richardson, Sheryl 
L. Saucier, Susan Mann Sharpe, 
Katherine L. Shaw, Gail M. Single- 
ton, Jan Woods Singleton, Frances 
Holmes Smith. 



Eighth Row: 

Vicki Marche Smith, Barbara Fitch 
Straub, Kay Thompson, Linda Faye 
Vann, Jessyca Elisebeth Waldran, 
Barbara Joan Woodbury. 



Not Pictured: 

Pauline W. Addkison, Melissa Bell, 

Winifred A. Killingsworth, Marylyn 

J. Krider, Marguerite Olivia McCoy, 

Carmen Klotz Roberson, Cheryl Jo 

Welch. 



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Alpha Delta Chapter of Phi Mu Sorority inaugurated itself into the Uni- 
versity's campus organizational life in 1924. This statement of fact is some- 
what questionable, in that fraternities and sororities were declared illegal 
in Mississippi — until several years after that date, namely, 1 926. 

So it was that the sorority founded at Wesleyan College in Macor 
Georgia, in 1852, became Ole Miss' "illegal sorority." 

Phi Mu's have campus cuties, representatives in Angel Flight, Navy spon- 
sors, and fraternity sweethearts. They are proud of their members in Mor- 
tar Board, Cwens, Alpha Lambda Delta, and scholastic organizations. 

Accepting the advice of an Economics 101 graduate, the Phi Mu's de- 
molished their former "castle" and they are presently building a new and 
bigger one. 

Phi Mu has an important place in each member's heart. The warm con- 
geniality that is always found in the Phi Mu house will forever provide won- 
derful memories to each girl who enters into the bond of sisterhood of 
Phi Mu. 



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First Row: 

Martha Marie Anderson, Beverly 
Jean Brooks, Carol Evelyn Cassidy, 
Jeannie Lucinda Chisholm, Anita C. 
Clinton, Patricia Louise Cole, Anne 
M. Crisler. 



Second Row: 

Billie Joyce Earnheart, Judy Carol 

Elliott, Susan Gwendolyn Ellzey, 

Bonnie Eva Farr, Connie Ann Favret, 

Susan Louise French, Caroline C. 

Frith. 



Third Row: 

Barbara Ann Gatlin, Sally Jean 

Green, Carol W. Hale, Annabelle E. 

Hamachek, Mildred E. Hardin, 

Louise S. Harrison, Anna Evellyn 

Hemer. 



Fourth Row: 

Patricia A. Home, Octavia E. 

Howard, Sara Christine Howard, 

Jane T. Hudson, Linda C. Lassetter, 

Jacquelyn J. Ledbetter, Janice Rae 

Lockley. 



Fifth Row: 

Jane Ellen Lundberg, Constance 
Marie McConnell, Janet Elise Mc- 
Laurin, Charlotte Rita Mayo, Susan 
V. Miles, Marilyn N. Miller, Patrioa 
Anne Moore. 



Sixth Row: 

W. Joy Morgan, Linda L. Mu 
Mary Evonne Mullen, Sandra Elaine 
Perkins, Marcia G. Pierce, Sharon 
Eyleen Robinson, Lelia J. Ross. 



Seventh Row: 

Mary M. Russell, Margaret Louise 
Savaqe, Judy L. Sherrill, Susan Shoe- 
maker, Brenda C. Snare, Shellye 
Edris Stanley, Jessie Roma Taylor, 
Rebecca Kay Taylor. 



Eiqhth Row: 

Edith Waits Turley, Mildred Allene 
Waits, Jamie E. Walsh, Elizabeth 
Jane Ward, Jill Sharon Watson, 
Bette Karyn Welch, Leslie M. West- 
brook, Jean Lee Wiley. 



Not Pictured: 

Lou Anne Ford, Patricia Lou Hyde, 

Velia Ann Mayer. 





The arrow of Pi Beta Phi was shot on the Ole Miss campus in October 
of 1961. Since that time Pi Phi has been well represented in all phases of 
campus life. Pi Phi, the first organization of college women with the aims 
and policies of a national fraternity, was founded at Monmouth College 
in Illinois in 1 867. 

Gamma Chapter has maintained an excellent scholastic average since 
its debut at Ole Miss. This year Fern Jones served as AWS Judicial Secre- 
tary, and Marianne McElroy was Lt. Commander of Angel Flight. The Pi 
Phi's eagerly participated in intramural sports, and Lucy Larson served as 
WRA Secretary this year. 

Each year since their arrival, the Pi Phi's have promised rushees a new 
chapter house to be completed "next year." Pi Phi's remained true to their 
word this year with the appearance of their lovely new chapter home on 
Rebel Drive. 





First Row: 

Cynthia Olive Babers, Chandler F. 
Barham, Beverly Jean Biddy, Penny 
Bubeck, Candace Anne Carver, 
Sandra Lynn Chustz. 



Second Row: 

Connie Louise Cloar, Nancy Clo 
Evans, Linda L. Flowers, Martha Ross 
Fioyd, Susan Patric'a Heyward, Fern 
Virginia Jones. 



Third Row: 

Linda Kaye Jones, Lucie Ellen Lar- 
son, Terry J. Lever, Nancy Bauer 
Linkroum, Emily J. McCarty, Peggy 
McClure. 



Fourth Row: 

Marianne McElroy, Linda Adele 
Marlin, Judith Lucille Marlowe, 
Maretta Anne Martin, Janice A. 
Mauldin, Manelle P. Maurras. 



Fifth Row: 

Marinell Moore, Maureen Y. 
Orourke, Patty Dee Pauley, Jan 
Doris Ray, Carolyn D. Ross, Sandra 
Wynn Smith. 



Sixth Row: 

Jacguelyn M. Stahlman, Pamela 
Vaughn, Mittie E. Welty, Claudia 
Ann Williams, Gale Joan Wueste- 
feld, Bonnie Gene Yearwood. 



Not Pictured: 

June Elizabeth C'ark, Dennis C. 

Seuzeneau, Gail Jean Stewart, Helen 

Margaret Wood, Charlotte E. Mc- 

Namee. 




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Zeta Tau Alpha arrived at Ole Miss in 1939, a short while before the 
outbreak of World War II, in the guise of Gamma Delta Chapter. 

The fraternity was founded on October I 5, I 898, at Longwood College. 
The Zetas had to have a special act of the Virginia Legislature to make 
them legal. The college at which they were founded was located in a very 
appropriate town, Farmville. This is not symbolic. 

Zetas participate in various campus activities and organizations, such 
as WRA, the University Players, the University Singers, Sigma Alpha lota, 
religious groups, Committee of 100, and many ASB committees. ZETA's 
can be found in CWENS, Mortar Board, and Alpha Lambda Delta. 

The girls of Zeta Tau Alpha ere sisters of the crown, their colors are tur- 
quoise, blue, and silver. Zeta Tau Alpha has given to every girl who wears 
the shield a heritage of lifelong privileges and friendships perpetuated 
beyond the period of college days — "Once a Zeta, always a Zeta." 





First Row: 

Katherine A. Abraham, Martha Jane 
Austin, Martha Jean Bailey, Susan E. 
Bennett, Margaret Olivia Browne, 
Helen L. Cooley, Mary Beth Cooper. 



Second Row: 

Kevin K. Diffley, Frances Kay Earth- 
man, Betty Joan Edwards, Carolyn 
Sue Edwards, Donna Ruth Else, 
Helen Ruth Eubanks, Margaret E"en 
Ferguson. 



Third Row: 

Nora L. Finklea, Rita Joy Fitchett, 
Telena Kaye Foster, Edith A. Gate- 
wood, Lillian D. Graham, Sara Beth 
Graves, Donna S. Hall. 



Fourth Row: 

Judith Ann Johnson, Patricia Jean 
Latta, Mary Margaret McClure, 
Linda Kay Miller, Alice Jeanette 
Mitchell, Lucy Evelyn Mitchell, 
Nancy L. Moak. 



Fifth Row: 

Carol L. Montgomery, Margaret J. 
Nesselrodt, Germaine Suzanne Or- 
ander, Vickie L. Parker, Doris C. 
Richardson, Sandy Sheffield. Susan 
Lane Singleterry. 



Sixth Row: 

Nancy C. Spears, Linda Ann Steele, 
Sherry Lane Taylor, Margaret Jo 
Thornton, Elizabeth Jan Tumasz, 
Ethelyne Turnage, Carol Ann Vance. 



Seventh Row: 

Lynn Elaine Wagner, Nellie Kaye 
Wall, Jan Elizabeth Wells, Peggy 
Ann Whitaker, Judith Lynn Wilkin- 
son, Jayne A. Wright. 



Not Pictured: 

Beverly Leigh Cory, Lila Ann Smith 




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INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL 

I he organization designed to regulate and govern the acti- 
vities of all social fraternities on the University campus is 
the Intra-Fraternity Council. The primary function of the 
IFC is to serve as a governing body of the sixteen fraterni- 
ties. It is composed of two representatives chosen from each 
fraternity and is governed by four officers elected from the 
membership of the council itself. The council meets bi- 
monthly to discuss the mutual problems of the fraternity 
system. 

Throughout the coordination of activities, the Inter-Fra- 
ternity Council attempts to unite the fraternities in a spirit 
of friendly brotherhood, to promote scholarship, to encour- 
age new fraternities and to develop existing chapters and 
individuals in the fraternity system. 

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President of Interfraternity Council 




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First Row: 

Buffy Beach, Dick Brock, Ned Buxton, 
Larry Cunningham, Johnny Easley, Joe 
Gex. 



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Second Row: 

Yancy Gillespie, Robert Hauberg, Miller 
Holmes, Hardy Homich, Donnie Jones, 
Doug Lewis. 




Third Row: 

Bill McGehee, Nick Nichols, Bob Palma, 
Joe Perrault, Dan Rabinowitz, Bo Rob- 
erts. 



Fourth Row: 

Bernard Shipp, Will Thompson, Dennis 

Voge, Jese White, Bruce Whyte, Allen 

Yates. 



Not Pictured: 

Gerald Abraham, Cecil Brown, Jim 
Crook, Bill Poland, Mickey Ryan, Morris 
Spivey, Jay Whalder. 










Left to Right: Donny Jones, Secretary; 
Larry Cunningham, Vice-President; Jess 

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MISS KAY NIX 



The year 1927 will forever be fatefully remembered by Ole Miss, for 
in that year, the "hairy-chested men" of Alpha Tau Omega established 
Delta Psi Chapter. 

Spirit and enthusiasm are shown by members participating in many cam- 
pus activities. Johnny Easley served as chairman of ASB Elections Com- 
mission, and Bruce Jayne as President of the Senior Class. 

Unlike many of the other campus fraternities, they have instituted a 
"Hellish Help Week" rather than a mere "Hell Week." Under the auspices 
of "Good Samaritans" helping out their fellowman the ATO destruction 
crew moves to the scene of a nearby house, drives a few nails, saws a few 
boards and then departs. This endeavor is usually made in the interest of 
chapter publicity. 

This year the ATO's celebrated their one-hundredth year by electing 
a Centennial Queen who will represent them at the fraternity's national 
convention. 




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First Row: 

Kenneth Edward Aldridge, Curtis 
Proper Ayers III, Arthur D. Barnes, 
James H. Bennett III, Jerry Lee 
Blount, John Loyd Boling, Robert 
Bennett Boswell, Graham Gregory 
Boyd, Philip E. Brou Jr., David 
Anthony Buttross. 
Second Row: 

Jennings B. Camet Jr., David Hardin 
Campbell, Richard Butler Carothers, 
Thomas W. Cheairs III, James Dewitt 
Christy, William J. Clayton, Russell 
Victor Cobb III, Richard Lee Cole- 
man, Chambliss H. Collier, Tom S. 
Cooper. 
Third Row: 

Jess Grafton Dabbs, James Francis 
Daly, Thomas Peter Darras, Donnie 
Monroe Davis, Howard Quitman 
Davis, Jr., Fred Kevin Delph, Kenneth 
R. Dreher, Richard E. Ducker, Dale 
Duckworth, Christopher A. Dunn. 
Fourth Row: 

Everette John Easley, George Ronald 
Edwards, Harold M. Edwards, Jr.. 
Lawrence H. Ellis, Jr. John M. Ford. 
Robert Price Funderburk, Larry Lloyd 
Grantham, William Lester Guy, 
David McWilliams Haraway, George 
Edward Hargraves. 
Fifth Row: 

James W. Herrington, Harold Ex 
Hill, Larry Eugene Holder, Clarence 
Lee Holley, William James Hunt, 
Edgar D. Ingels III, Bruce Cranford 
Jayne, Thad M. Jones, Jr., Charles 
Schemedes Jordan, Michael D. Ker- 
shaw. 

Sixth Row: 

Martin A. Kilpatrick, Robert P. Kling- 
enbeck. John David Krause, William 
Larry Latham, Joseph Beauregard 
Lee III, John Tillman Lomax, Jr., 
Joseph Coffee McCarty, Harry 
Edward McCollum, Jr., Burchette S. 
McFarland, Rolf Wesley McHenry. 
Seventh Row: 

James Stewart MacDonald, David 
James Manifold, George William 
Manifold, John William Martin, Jack 
Lamar Mayfield, Jr., Ronald Albert 
Milner, Jon H. Moore, Charles 
Jimmy Mullins, Jonathon Michael 
Nash, Lawrence Hill Oneil.l. 
Eighth Row: 

Louis Wiley Parchman, Patric Mur- 
ray Parker, Troy Dean Parkison, Bob 
King Parks, Andrew John Phay, 
Weldon Patrick Phillips, Morris Ed- 
win Pigott, Harris F. Powers, Jr., 
James Thomas Pryor, Jr., William 
Benjamin Regan. 
Ninth Row: 

Thomas Edwin Rester, John Albert 
Rice, Tony J. Rosetti, Jr., Frederick 

C. Schramm, Jr., John P. Scruggs, 
Ronald Victor Sekul, Edward Clarke 
Sims, Jr., Clinton Alexander Smith, 
Donald Meredith Smith, Jr., Thomas 

D. Smith. 
Tenth Row: 

James D. Stahlman, Johnny Clifton 
Stewart, William Eric Streed, Ed- 
mund Warren Taylor, Jr., Michael 
Byron Taylor, Cowles Hortsn Townes, 
Clyde W. Trevathan, Jack E. Veazey, 
Jr., Dennis Wayne Voge, Bargen Roy 
A. Von. 
Eleventh Row: 

Tommy R. Wallace, Robert Stephen 
Warren, William J. Webb, David G. 
Weir, Saxton A. Weir III, Kenneth 
W. Young. 
Not Pictured: 

Bubba Brown, John Dubard, Jon A. 
Jennings, Leland Armen Russell, 
Donald Ray Stacey, Walter B. Wood- 
son III, Joseph W. Yarbrough, Jr., 
Robert A. Yarbrough. 



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The most notable achievement of the Ole Miss Beta Theta Pi Chapter in 
recent years has been the completion of their new chapter home. 

Beta Theta Pi, the oldest major national fraternity, was founded in I 839 
at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Beta Beta chapter, which came to 
the University of Mississippi in 1879, is outstanding for its scholarship, dis- 
tinguished alumni, and leadership in campus activities. 

In campus leadership positions are: Cy Faneca, Chairman of the Student 
Judicial Council; Robert Hauberg, President of Eta Sigma Phi and ASB 
Director of Academic Affairs; Lindsay Harp, Traffic Board Chairman; and 
Bill Lipscomb, Business Manager for the Concert Singers. 

The Beta's are noted for their outstanding scholastic ability, which, they 
fail to admit, is partially due to those after-hour chats with the professors. 








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First Row: 

Thomas A. Alexander, Robert 
Spencer Brenner, James Tyson Cur- 
rie, James Harvey Davis, S. Cartur 
Dobbs, Jr., Georoe Lee Dorrill. 



Second Row: 

Franklin Gibson Eubanks, Cyril T. 
Faneca, Jr., Charles M. Guess, Lind- 
say Hale Harp, Robert E. Hauberq, 
Richard Joseph Joseph. 



Third Row: 

John Maxey Lippincott, William 
Beck Lipscomb, Marcus Love III. 
Edward Lewis McCool, Charles Mc- 
Kniqht, Paul Oscar Miller III. 



Fourth Row: 

John Wesley Morris, Alan Linn 
Murphree, Lonnie Wilson Pearson, 
James Alton Peden, Jr., Robert 
Lewis Phillips, John B. Powell. 



Fifth Row: 

Clarence Dickens Pranqe, Hubert 
Powell Prewett, Howard Manfred 
Ray, Richard Andre Reecht, John 
Richard Reuter III, Fred Wallace 
Rushton, Jr. 



Sixth Row: 

John Thomas Schwent, Homer 

Wesley Sebren. Jr., Victor Taber, 

Pascal Judson Townsend, Harrol 

Wayne Umfress, Benjamin V. L. 

Weathersby. 



Seventh Row: 

Robert L. Weathersby, Charles John 
Weeks, Jr., Jesse Lamar White, Ga<y 
C. Whitener, Larry Whitener, James 
Elliott Williams. 



Not Pictured: 

James F. Anderson, Jr., Mike Hart- 
well. Paul William Johnson, Lloyd 
Kitchens. Mark Krauss, Frank Thomas 
Moore. Jr., Harry Albert Watson. 





MISS CAROLINE TRABUE 




Chi Chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon was the first fraternity in the state 
of Mississippi and began terrorizing the University in its infancy. 

Since their influx as the first fraternity on campus, the DKE's have been 
trying to win the "Highest Per Capital Consumption" trophy. You can quit 
now, boys. The KA's just relinquished it. 

The importance of Delta Kappa Epsilon is partly reflected in the quality 
of its alumni. From Chi Chapter have come such notable persons as Henry 
Minor Faser, founder of the Ole Miss Pharmacy School, and Benjamin 
Lowry, Captain of the University Greys. 

Dekes are active in every phase of campus life. They have members in 
ODK, the Committee of 100, the Campus Senate, and various ASB com- 
mittees. 

The Deke house is the scene of many excellent parties throughout the 
year. These parties are held with handpicked chaperones, and cover any 
classification from a formal to a get-together. 





First Row: 

Lyman D. Aldrich, James K. Baddley, 
Jr., Nelson L. Barksdale, Jr., Jacob 
Bexter Barr, Jr., Peter Hickman Bar- 
rett, Lloyd M. Baxter. 



Second Row: 

Joseph J. Casano, Renato P. Cav 

Jr., James R. Clay, Burton C. Clem- 

mer II, Robert H. Crump, Louis P. 

Davitt. 



Third Row: 

James Dominic Derose, Gregoiy 
Oliver Doiron, William D. Donald, 
Jr., Edqar M. Dunn, Jr., James Blair 
Etz, William Carl Gunn. 



Fourth Row: 

Patton B. Harrison, George C. 
Hayles, George Hardin Homich 
Jeffrey Edison Hood, Van Ellis Lee, 
Leonard C. McAfee, Jr. 



Fifth Row: 

Lloyd H. McClusky, William C. Mc- 
Gehee, Jr., William Lucas McMul- 
len, Jr., Sam Joseph Mavar, Jr., 
Frederic L. Miller. 



Sixth Row: 

Lynal Jay Owens, John Arthur 
Porter, Claude Harry Powell, Mor- 
qan Gene Ray, Henry E. Sanders, R. 
Lester Sargent, Jr., James Edward 
Sewell. 



Seventh Row: 

Lawton Terry Stevens, Dona'd Alex- 
ander White, Leonard Albert Yc_ 



Not Pictured: 

William Lovell, Anthony, Henry 
Dennis Babers, William Whitten Bal- 
lard, Allory J. Beesley, Robert Lee 
Bostick, Jr., Charles Raymond Cham- 
bers. Edwin Phillips Ernbry, Benjamin 
Johnson Everett, Godfrey B. For- 
rester, Stephen Roy Foster, Michael 
James Franco, Kenneth L. Gala, 
John S. Holmes, Jr., Mason W. Less- 
ley, Jr., Ivan Ernest Miles, Andrew 
J. Miller, Daniel T. Mitchell, Robert 
Marshall Owen, Steven Ray, Charles 
D. Walcott. 





Saint Anthony Hall, better known as Delta PsI Fraternity was founded 
at Columbia in New York in I 847. Eight years later Phi Chapter was origi- 
nated at Ole Miss. 

The Delta Psi's, like every other campus fraternity, also claim a "first." 
Ihey were the first fraternity in Mississippi to bui'd a house, and from all 
outward appearances, they still occupy it. 

Brotherhood and individual excellence, academically and socially, are 
ever-present goals of Delta Psi. Among Delta Psi's alumni are former Gov- 
ernor Hugh L. White, Speaker of the House Walter Sillers, and the late 
Judge Hemingway, for whom Hemingway Stadium was named. 

Their social calendar is filled with numerous parties, the highlight of 
which is the annual Saints and Angels Ball. 

Phi Chapter, under the able leadership of an unknown individual better 
known on campus as "The Phantom," added another year to their string of 
one hundred and ten at Ole Miss. 





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First Row: 

Terrell Wayne Barlow, Robert Wil- 
liam Barton, Charles Sidney Boren, 
James Wilson Bridqes, John Curtis 
Carr. 



Second Row: 

Richard Cu II in Chambers, James 
Joseph Davidson, Carl F. Davis, 
Georqe Y. Gillespie III, James 
Thomas Hedqepeth. 



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Third Row: 

Winn Varnon Hutchcraft, Douglas 
Wayne Inqram, A. J. Lee, Waite 
Edward Liqon III, James M. McCay. 



Fourth Row: 

Joe Don McCorkle. James Edwin 
Mitchell. Hugh L. Nichols III, James 
Curtis Randle, Marvin L. Sanders. 



Fifth Row: 

Paul Vincent Staudte, Robert D. 
Tapp, Thomas Bernard Tenfelde, 
Toby Mack Wallace, William L. 
Weaihers. 



Sixth Row: 

Stephen Frederic Weston, Middle- 
ton L. Wootten III. 



Not Pictured: 

Joel Judson Ford, Harry R. Garner, 

Bryon Wanza Inmon, Wendell Phillip 

Mullins. 





MISS BETH FOSTER 




The "Knights of Temperence," often referred to as Kappa Alpha, are 
presently enjoying the absence of any form of probation. 

A group of Confederate soldiers, along with General Robert E. Lee as 
their spiritual father, banded themselves together under the name of 
Kappa Alpha Order on December 2, 1865. 

Being on the University of Mississippi campus since January 12, 1900, 
the KA's have produced leaders in all phases of campus life. Ken Lackey- 
presided as President of the Intramural Council, Jimmy Sherrard served as 
Air Force ROTC Wing Commander, and Jim Martin claimed the honor 
of ASB Student Activities Director. 

KA, the aggregate of perpetual students, is entering its sixty-fifth year 
on the Ole Miss campus, and since the fearful granting of the charter they 
have accomplished many characteristics, most of which are unfortunate. 

Chivalry, honor, brotherhood, and hospitality — principles of the South 
and of the Kappa Alpha Order. 








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First Row: 

James Ervin Addleton, William 
Edward Atkinson, Robert A. Baile/, 
Robert Lloyd Beasley, Edward J. 
Bsqen, Jr., Austin Randy Broome, 
Lucius P. Coolt. 



Second Row: 

James Thomason Cox, Jon A. 
Crocker, James E. Curtin, James 
Russell Dail, Herbert Emille Dewees, 
Jr., Dennis Murphree Ford, Herbert 
V. Foregqer. 



Third Row: 

Donald Edward Frey, Jr., Thomas 
Leo Frezell, William A. Gowan, Jr., 
Charles E. Harper, Robert M. 
Hearin, Edward Douglas Hodo, 
Thomas B. Kellum, Jr. 



Fourth Row: 

John Piqford Kirk, Paul K. Lackey, 

Jr., Joseph R. Lipscomb, Joseph 

Edward Lotterhos, Robert S. Lowery, 

Ignatius S. Luckett, Jr., Clyde Mc- 

Gee. 



Fifth Row: 

Donald Reid McPherson II, Michael 
Thomason McRee, James Leland 
Martin, William M. Martin, Robert 
Joe Metz, Lattimore M. Mitcheal, 
Holt Montgomery. 



Sixth Row: 

Ed Davis Noble, Jr., John W. 
Noble, Richard Green Noble, Wil- 
liam B. Parsons, James Cecil Patter- 
son, John R. Powers, Jr., Harry S. 
Sanders. 



Seventh Row: 

Lawson Everett Sheldon, James Ed- 
ward Sherrard, William Clyde Stew- 
art, Minor C. Summers, Jr., Steve 
Wayne Tarracin, Mitchell M. 
Thrower, Douglas Dwight Turner. 



Eiqhth Row: 

John C. Vandevender, Gerald Ern- 
est Vernon. 



Not Pictured: 

Gerald Lynn Abraham, Albert B. 
Albritton, Jr., Thomas George Ar- 
mour, Wirt Adams Beard, Jr., Henry 
Beneke III, Allen Brown, Jimmy 
Trjett Carter, James Eastland, Peter 
Roqer Generelly, George Gregson, 
Wayne Stanley Harris, James Britton 
Harvey, Billy Carl Irwin, John Elmore 
Jayme III, Thomas Crawford Jones, 
Joseph Earl Kirkland III, Van Lemuel 
Lackey, John William Lowery, Frank 
Aubra Merchant, Samuel Stephens 
Moses, Jr., Daniel Joseph Nicholas, 
Charles Richard Norman, James E. 
Nowicki, Robert M. Owen, Martin 
G. Paschall, John D. Peet, William 
Lloyd Pursley, Charles Alfred Scott, 
Jr., Elson Raymond Smith. Jr., Ches- 
ter Pond Smith, Jr., Lawrence M. 
Spivey, Gary B. Taylor, Winfield S. 
Thompson, Jr., John Hoyt Williams, 
Don Wayne Windham. 




Kappa Sigma was founded five hundred and sixty-five years ago at the 
University of Bologna. It is rumored that Christopher Columbus was a 
Kappa Sig pledge but never made his grades. 

After waiting four hundred and sixty-nine years for their immigration 
papers to be approved, they arrived at the University of Virginia, from 
which they became numerous and fostered many chapters, among which 
was Delta Xi, established at the University of Mississippi in 1926. 

Kappa Sigmas boast many outstanding members on the Ole Miss cam- 
pus. "Colonel Rebel" Ronald Russell, ASB Treasurer Donnie Brock, and 
Campus Conservative editor Ben Edmundson contributed capable lead- 
ership to the student body, while the entire Delta Xi chapter earned the 
School Spirit Trophy for their enthusiastic support of the Rebels through- 
out the football season. 

Claiming to have the best parties on campus, the Kappa Sigs have a 
busy social calendar ranging from their Founders' Day Banguet to the Star- 
dust Ball in the Spring. 




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First Row: 

Vet+ra Glenn Alderson, Fred Vincent 
Alias, Harry Stiles Anderson, James 
A. Barrett, Jr., Pat Montgomery 
Barrett, Charles E. Brame, Henry 
Donnie Brock. Charles L. Brooks. 



Second Row: 

Ronny D. Brooks, Joel William Buni.- 
ley III, Robert Thomas Carsley, Larry 
H. Chapman, Alvan E. Clark, Jr. 
Robin Owen Cotten, Alvin C. Cox, 
Jr., Charles M. Daniel. 



Third Row: 

am Jackson Daniel, William 
Howard Dawson, Daniel M. Dean, 
Carl Euqene Drake, Bobby Dubois, 
Ben Garrett Edmonson, Euqene Mc- 
Dowell Fly, Joseph Edmurd Garri- 
son. 



Fourth Row: 

Haley S. Gates, Joseph William Gex, 
Donald Georqe Hall, Daniel J. 
Howard, Jimmy Smith Jackson 
Johnson, Ronald Earl Johnson, Roqer 
Tilden Jones. 



Fifth Row: 

Joseph B. Kelly, Jimmy E. Keyes, 
Raymond Paul Laduc, Jean Francis 
Larroux, William B. Lemons III, Larry 
Lisle Lewis, Charles V. McElwec- 
Harry Smith McGehee. 



Sixth Row: 

John Warren McGehee, John W. 
McKellar, Milton Lane McKellar, 
James Turner McMahan, Frederic K. 
McNeel, Jr., John Richard Mac/, 
Donald Grayson Martin, James 
Harold Mathis. 



Seventh Row: 

Roqer Errol Mauzey, Wilmer Riddle 
Mills, Georqe M. Moore, Jr., James 
Ray Nelson, Robert M. Newton II, 
Clayton H. Pederson, Joseph A. Per- 
rault, Jr., Lars Ole Phillips. 



Eiqhth Row: 

Robert Taft Renfro, Will'am L. Reno, 
Jr., David C. Reploqle, James W. 
Robertson, Ronald Truett Russell, 
John Ray Sartin, Jr.. John Stewart 
Seabold, John,.Calvin Sheffield. 



Ninth Row: 

Clark Herbert Smith, Tom Storey, 

Richard K. Thiele, Larry Anqelo 

Thompson, Thomas Lloyd Walters, 

Ted Owen Ware, Wren Carroll Way. 

Warren T. Whitmire. Jr., Jon Smith 

Williams. 

Not Pictured: 

Robert Lee Baucom, William Frank 
C ay, Charles David Coney, Bruce 
Dillinqham, Jr., Donald Newsom 
Downer, Mitchell O. Driskell, Jr., 
Gorden Ware Fleminq, Charles 
Gates, Michael Francs Graham, 
Skipper Graham, Sam Ervin Graves, 
Donal Williams Neukirch, Henry 
Keats Perrin, Thomas R. Robinson, 
Ronny Robertson, William A. Se'ler, 
Jr., Euoene Smith, Kenneth O. Wise, 
Jr. 



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"Honor is theirs, every brother who wears a Phi Delta Theta pin." 

Founded in 1848 at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, Phi Delta Theta 
has now grown to 123 chapters. 

Mississippi Alpha has produced leaders in every field of endeavor. Some 
of Phi's most outstanding are Bill McGlathery, President of the School of 
Business and Government; Gary Roberson, ASB Director of School Spirit; 
Ford Bell, Treasurer of the Senior Class; Al Brady, Varsity Cheerleader; 
and Kyle Chandler, Freshman Cheerleader. 

Although the Phi's can't seem to win too many elections on campus, 
they seem to be snowing their national officers and have won the scholar- 
ship and founders' trophies consecutively. 

The brothers manage to save a slim portion of their busy whirl for their 
social development. Night life at the Phi Delt house promises fun from 
"Moneymaker Parties" to the annual Blue and White Formal in the Spring. 

The highlight of Mississippi Alpha this year was the Ole Miss-State pep 
rally when they won the color television. It has been rumored that Brother 
Roberson eliminated all other organizations. 

The men of Phi Delta Theta are truly well rounded, and contribute greatly 
to fraternity life at Ole Miss. 




MISS BARBARA HARRIS 



Not Pictured: 

Jimmy Abbott, William Mangrum 
Aden, James S. Armstrong, John 
Therrell Armstrong, Samuel Lyle 
Bates, Jr., Michael J. Boland, Arthur 
B. Clark III, Huqh Carter Clayton, 
William F. Clement, Jr., Lawrence 
Murray Coco, Mike Cooke, Albert 
P. Cottrell, James Hicks Delgadillo, 
John Ernest Dement, John Mason 
Denton, Warren Candler Dorsey, 
Larry Dudley, James Shelby George, 
David Norman Gillis, William T. 



Hewitt, Paschal David Holcomb, 
Richard Porterfield Hull, Robert J. 
Johnson, Jr., Fenwick Stewart Lewis, 
Balfour McCabe Lipscomb, Robert 
Parker Lorentz, Bailey Hardy McBee, 
Grady Linn McCool, Jr., Larry Alan 
McCool, Wallace Edward McMillan, 
John Neville, Roger A. Norman, Jr., 
Chuck Rea, Bobby D. Robinson, 
Frederick R. Rogers, William Allen 
Scott, Richard Askew Stovall, 
Cooper Campbell Thurber. 




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First Row: 

John Rush Abbott, Sidney Jacob 
Abdalla, Tom Abernathy, Holmes 3. 
Adams, Coleman M. Allen, Jr., 
Richard Lloyd Arnold, Michael 
Mathias Baier, Robert Will'am Bailey, 
William Ernest Baker, John William 
Barrett. 

Second Row: 

Fred L. Beard, Jr., William Dean 
Belk, Jr., Hudson Ford Bell, Georqe 
H. Berqold, Jr., Carr Marion Black, 
Leonard A. Blackwell II, John Wil- 
l'am Bolich, James B. Braden, Joe 
Alister Brady, Jr., James S. M. Bras- 
field. 

Third Row: 

Andrew G. Bumpas, Guy Hartwell 
Bumpas, Jr., Frederick W. Bush, Wil- 
liam C. Callender, Kirk Paxton Car- 
ter, Michael H. Carter, Jr., Kyle 
Chandler, Douqlas E. Clark, Jr., 
Harold Nowlin Clark, Neal G. Cle- 
ment. 

Fourth Row: 

Van C. Conaway, Jr., Chester H. 
Curtis, Steven Kent Dear, Walter 
Michael Dennis, Gus B. Denton, Eu- 
qene Love Fair, Dav'd Lee Fenster- 
macher, Cary Leon Fondern, Jr., E. 
Jackson Garner, Henry Martin Gas- 
trell III. 

Fifth Row: 

Stephen Jordan Glaze, John Bar- 
rett Green, William F. Hayes, Edwin 
Ford Hayman, James S. Hicks, Mil- 
ton G. Hill, Elbert C. Hodqe, Jr., 
Edwin Love Holt, Paul Hayne John- 
son, Morris Johnson Keesee III. 

Sixth Row: 

Heber A. Ladner, John F. Laurenzi. 
Earle Floyd Lipscomb, Ernest B. 
Lipscomb III, John Thomas Lonqino 
III, James Sanford Love III, Henry 
Euqene McCaslin, Frank Loqan Mc- 
Donald, Jr., William Clav McGehee, 
William T. McGlathery III. 

Seventh Row: 

Edward R. McGraw, Fred Mitchell 
Massey, Floyd M. Melton, Jr., Wil- 
liam H. Mounqer, Jr., Thomas 
Dulaney Murry, Georqe Rives Neb- 
lett, Robert Euqene Nored, Joseph 
Frank Odom, William Ellis Omara, 
John W. Owen. 

Eiqhth Row: 

Robert E. Parker, Jr., Samuel H. 
Phillips, William R. Pool, James 3. 
Portwood, Gary Sewell Roberson 
John William Robertson, Harvey T. 
Ross, Jr., Robert E. Russell. William 
O. Rutledqe III, John Sawyer. 

Ninth Row: 

David Euqene Shands, Thomas Edwin 
Shelton. Bernie Lynne Smith, Daniel 
B. Smith, Jr., Charles W. Steadman, 
Jr., William Wyatt Sumrall, Charlie 
Jones Swayze, Walter W. Thompson, 
William P. Thompson, Frederick 
Francis Travis. 

Tenth Row: 

John A. Travis III, John Hozie Turner, 
Jr., Stephen Wiley Vauqht, George 
Dexter Walcott. Harvill E. Weller, 
Jr., Edwin R. Williams, Allen Richard 
Yates. 





MISS LAVERN BALL 



Theta Kappa Phi and Phi Kappa united in September of 1958 to become 
the new national Catholic fraternity. In May of 1959 the Ole Miss Chapter 
proudly assumed the name of Mississippi Chi of Phi Kappa Theta. 

Chi chapter has endeavored to provide a complete education for the 
Catholic university man. This education, needless to say, goes beyond the 
scope of classroom activities. 

Academic excellence on campus is fostered among Phi Kappa Theta 
members and many have won academic scholarships. 

PKT's official flower is the red rose and the colors are red, silver, and 
gold. The members try to manifest a public spirit and lively interest in all 
that concerns the life and welfare of the school. 





First Row: 

Robert Paul Cyr. Joseph Paul Fil- 
lare, Arthur G. Foster, Ronald Vin- 
cent Hanna. 



Second Row: 

Douqlas Mac^rfhur Maqee, Thomas 

McRay, Emory Miller, James Michael 

Moher. 



Third Row: 

David J. Mottley. Robert T. Palma. 

Pat Pasco, Franklin L. Renault. 



Fourth Row: 

Thomas Richardson. Edwin C. 
Schmitt, Frank Charles Smith, Harcld 
O. Smith. 





Fifth Row: 

Jay Elliott Wahlberg, Pau F 

Younqhans. 



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MISS SUSAN WHITE 




Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity was founded at Jefferson College in Pennsyl- 
vania five years before their influx onto the Ole Miss campus in 1857. 
After donating their chapter personnel to the Confederacy at the out- 
break of war three years later, Mississippi Alpha was never guite the same 
again. 

The brothers under the shield of Phi Kappa Psi take an active part in 
various phases of college life such as Dixie Week, Homecoming, and Stu- 
dent Government. The Phi Psi's add to social life by staging numerous 
parties and dances throughout the year, the highlight of which is the 
Jacguemenot Rose Ball. 

The chapter promotes high ideals, scholarship, integrity and fraternal- 
ism among its closely knit group of members. Phi Psi's point with pride to 
Woodrow Wilson, a former Phi Psi, for whom a bridge was named near 
Jackson. 



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First Row: 

George E. Abraham II, William F. 
Adams, Christian Allenburger III. 
William C. Apel, Bruce E. Atk'nson, 
David Michael Biqgs, Fred Exzell 
Bourn, Jr. 



Second Row: 

Dick Brock, Jack M. Browning, James 
E. Caldwell, Michael R. Carithers. 
Paul Martin Cook II, Jimmy G. 
Dedeaux, Dennis Albert Doyle. 



Third Row: 

Georqe Dubois, Wallace David Frye, 
Harold F. Galatian, William Michael 
Green, Lloyd Eades Hogue, Orton 
H. Hogue, Jr. Richard Atherton 

Hutchins. 



Fourth Row: 

John Wayne Jabour, Edwin Leon 
Jackson, Wilmer R. Jones, Frank J. 
Justice, Joseph T. Kolesar, William 
A Leatherman, Jr., Dale Conn 
e. 



Fifth Row: 

Charles R. McMillan, Craig Alan 

MacKenzie, Michael James Malouf, 

George F. Mize, Edward Louis Naro, 

John S. Oswald II, Walter Herbert 

Palmer. 



Sixth Row: 

Georqe W. Petering, Andrew Earl 

Prince, Jimmie Cecil Reed, Harry L. 

Sauce III, Francis A. Schurtz, Jr., 

Bernard Loring Shipp, William G. 

Shockley. 



Seventh Row: 

Harold Andrew Sloas, Jr., Vaughn 
Eugene Varnado, Michael Lloyd 
Womack, Johnny Bernard Wright. 



Not Pictured: 

Jack Barnett, Scott Ely, William 

Ralph Gulledge, Jr., Bob Herrin, 

Paul Tanner Purnell, John L. W. 

Spence. 





MISS ELLEN O'NEAL 



Six confederate officers founded the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity in 1868 
at the University of Virginia. In I 927, the shield and diamond was brought 
to Ole Miss resulting in Gamma lota Chapter. The Pikes built a stately co- 
lonial mansion in 1958, and are still busily depreciating it. 

Pike's have demonstrated their interest in school affairs this year by rep- 
resentatives in Scabbard and Blade, the Committee of 100, and in several 
varsity sports. Serving as President of the Junior Inter-Fraternity Council 
was Joe Schmelzer. Pi Kappa Alpha excels scholastically, and several Pikes 
were tapped by ODK. 

The Pike social season consists of several parties of reknown on campus. 
The Roman Ball, commonly known as the "orgy"; the Playboy Party, and 
the Dream Girl Formal are annual Pike events. 

Pi Kappa Alpha is truly an alliance of men who have formed bonds that 
will carry throughout their lives. 






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First Row: 

Robert Johnson Allen, Chester W. 
Bergalowski, Jr., Henry S. Blumenthal 
III, Georqe Carrinqton Boone, Wes- 
ley Ellis Branch, Eddie Eugene 
Brawley, Hess Raymond Brocato, 
Francis G. Burnett, James E. Carr. 

Second Row: 

William T. Cochran, Lee K. Conner, 
Gilford F. Dabbs III, William M. 
Dalehite, Jr., Glen Harris Davidson, 
Michael L. Davis, Arnold Douglas 
Dyre, Ned A. Feltenstein, Robert 
Douqlas Gentry. 

Third Row: 

Newton Greqg Gill, Thomas E. 
Goodman, Sedqie F. Griffith, Jr., 
Francis D. Hall, Donald Daniel 
Hamachek, Jr., Robert H. Hardin, 
Bryan Brand Harper, John B. Harris, 
Joseph C. Hartley, Jr. 

Fourth Row: 

M. Paul Haynes, Jr., Cecil F. Heidol- 
berq, James Ray Herndon, Charles 
R. Herron III, Noble Owen Hovater, 
James K. Huff III, Georqe Henry 
Jabour, Marcus C. Jennings ill, 
James Howard Johnson. 

Fifth Row: 

William Vance Kirby, Cleveland Lee 
Landreth, Robert Edward Lee, Jr., 
William Stephen Loden, Charles A. 
Lynch, Roger D. McDaniel, Charles 
A. Mcintosh, Jr., Dwight Uriel Mad- 
dox, Francis C. Marshall, Jr. 

Sixth Row: 

John Caldwell Maxwell, John E. May 
III, Alfred Lamar Meador, Jr., Elvin 
Wayne Mills, Joseph Thomas Mon- 
sour, Thomas Hanley Morris, Munson 
C. Neyland, Jr., Frederick M. Nosef, 
George W. Null. 

Seventh Row: 

William B. Profilet, Jr., Donald Lee 
Puckett, John Dallas Raines, Arthur 
Danny Richardson, James Dixon 
Roberts, William B. Rochelle, John 
C. Ross, Jr., Joseph J. Schmelzer III, 
Tommy Wayne Scott. 

Eighth Row: 

Robert Pickett Scruggs, William D. 
Seale, Gerald Ben Stephenson, Joe 
Lawrence Thompson, Frank White 
Thornhill, Jr., Richard Morgan Todd, 
Jack Armistead Townes, Jr., Albert 
Gayden Ward, James C. Watts, Jr. 

Ninth Row: 

Eddie Pounds White, Charles H. 
Wilkins, Feildinq L. Wright, William 
Elder Yoste, Ralph E. Younq, Jr., 
Robert J. Younq. 

Not Pictured: 

William Ray Bedingfield, John Wal- 
ter Blackburn, Cecil Brown, Thomas 
Jackson Couch, Julian Douglas Cun- 
ningham, Larry Wade Cunningham, 
Kenneth M. Heard, John A. Hudson, 
Jr., James E. Hurdle, Jr., Earnest 
Nelson Hutcheson, Mendal G. Kemp, 
Henry Laird, Barry Dwight Land, 
Garner Lester, Robert Keith Lump- 
kin, Harvey McCrosky, William A. 
McGinnis, Jr., Stephen Wales Rim- 
mer, Mike Showah, Larkin Smith !. 
Timothy Randolph Smith, Larry 
Wade Snow, Mitchell Richard 
Thomas, Robert N. Tibbetts, Segrest 
N. Wailes, George Girdner Watson, 
Rusty White, Flo Yoste. 



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The lion's roar has been heard on the Ole Miss campus since 1866, one 
decade after Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded at the University of Ala- 
bama. 

SAE's are found in every phase of campus life. Rayner Graeber served 
as ASB Director of Social Affairs this year. Miller Holmes, a member ot 
ODK, also occupied a position on the Student Judicial Council. Gamma 
Chapter was well represented in scholastic honoraries, religious groups, 
and in all phases of varsity sports. 

Their red brick chapter house is the scene of numerous social affairs such 
as the Black and White Ball, and the Paddy Murphy party. SAE's partici- 
pate eagerly in these forms of entertainment for a good social life is most 
important to them. 

It is really shameful for the SAE's to permit their fraternity grounds, 
namely their lioness sentries, to mar the beauty of the Ole Miss campus. 
It seems they should at least keep them clean. 






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David Edward Adams, Joel D. Alex- 
ander, William Fenton Anderson, 
Milton Philip Armor, Ronald M. 
Aschermann, John M. Barbour, Hugh 
Oliver Bell, Jr., James Albert Ben- 
nett, James P. Biedenharn, Thomas 
Wendell Boyle. 

Second Row: 

Andrew Gainey Branscome, Laurance 
N. Chandler III, Keith P. Clingman, 
T. S. Cooper, Winfred J. Davis, Jr., 
William Henry Deterly, Thomas A. 
Drake, Jr., D. Duke, John Pointer 
Estes, Harold E. Evans, Jr. 

Third Row: 

John P. Fatherree, Otis D. Felder, 
Wayne Lamar Felder, Tom Sledqe 
Floyd, Claude Eugene Foote, Tommy 
S. Ford, Joseph S. Garzik, Jr., John 
Overton Gayden, Edmond J. Girot, 
Charles Smith Gore. 

Fourth Row: 

Rayner N. Graeber, James K. Greg- 
ory, James Edwin Hamilton, Jr., Ed- 
ward E. Harrison, Jr., Glenn Wesley 
Harwell, Harry Prinqle Hewes, Ray- 
mond Euqene Himes, Jr., Frank C. 
Holmes III, Miller Payne Holmes, Jr., 
William Madison Hope. 

Fifth Row: 

Lee A. Hyde, J. C. James, Michael 
Euqene Johnson, Donald Drummond 
Jones, George S. Jones, Claud 
Leake Keirn, Clyde Douglas Kelso 
III, Robert Alexander Lane, Berry 
Laron Lannom, William Boyce Lee. 

Sixth Row: 

Charles R. Lemaster, Jr., Robert F. 
Lester, John R. Lewis, Tommy J. 
Lindley, Hugh Marshall Love, Thomas 
Howard McCarley, William M. Mc- 
Carson, Leland McDivitt, Edgar 
Riqby Maupin, Norval George Mer- 
calf. 

Seventh Row: 

John Stephen Metz, Gid Montjoy, 
Peter M. Mullikin, Jerrald Lee 
Nations, John L. Nelms, Charles L. 
Nelson, Thomas Leon Olson, Richard 
Neil, Ousley, Stephen Van Overby, 
Johnny H. Paslay. 

Eighth Row: 

Bill Pillow, James Edwin Prince, Jr., 
Robert Carroll Redd, Kerry D. Robv, 
Jerry Allen Ross, Alfred Wayne 
Rowan, Terry Adam Schad, Ben Wil- 
liamson Seale, Donald F. Smith, 
James Edward Smith. 

Ninth Row: 

James Edwin Smith, Larry Gilbert 
Smith, Ralph Guy Smith, John B. 
Storment, III, Sherman Wesley 
Swalm, Robert Parrish Taylor, Jr., 
Van Herbert Temple, James E. 
Thomas, Jr., Rodney A. Thomas, 
William F. Thurmond, Jr. 

Tenth Row: 

Thomas Wickliffe Wade, Jimmy L. 

Ware, Homer A. Whittington, Jr., 

Neville R. Wichman, Charles Van 

Williams, Clyde H. Wilson, Jr., 

Jimmy W. Winter, James Everette 

Woods. 

Not Pictured: 

Charles Conner, Alan Davis Gary, 
William Frank Hagan, Guy B. Har- 
rell, Ed Hussey, James Dent May, 
Richard Curtis Mellon, Jr., Gerald 
Dewitt Mills, Connie Olson, Mack 
Price, James William Price, Jr., Wil- 
liam S. Sampson, Jr., Devereaux 
Smith, Fred C. Wallace. 



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MISS MELISSA PENDLETON 




Eta chapter of Sigma Chi Fraternity, known as the Standard Bearer of 
the South, was established at the University in 1857. 

The Sigma Chi's bear many honors, but perhaps the most unusual is thar 
of being the only fraternity on campus which maintains segregation within 
its own house. The "Upstairs Group" meet in the Baptist Church with spirit- 
ual guidance, and the "Basement Crew" are meeting at Sardis, Johnny's 
or the Haba with a different form of spiritual guidance. 

Among the elite in campus politics are Marshall Bennett, editor of the 
OLE MISS; Freddy Roberts, ASB Vice-President; and David Guyton, Vice- 
President of ODK. They follow the Ole Miss tradition of participation in 
sports by having fourteen members in different Varsity sports. 

The Sigma Chi's attempted to enlarge upon their popularity and to add 
to those "little black books" by introducing last Spring the Sigma Chi 
Derby Day. It consisted of competitive events in which all the sororities 
clashed for the coveted trophy. 

The men of Sigma Chi are steadfastly loyal to their fraternity and take 
their place high on the list of outstanding fraternal organizations on campus. 



Not Pictured: 

Walter P. Aldridqe, Billups S. Allen, 
Mike Baker, Ra'ph B. Bell, James 
Warren Cockrell, Daryl L. Cooper, 
David Darnell, Nathan D. Feibelman, 
III, Michael Leroy Galyean, Fred A. 
Georqe, McCoy Lane Hamilton, 
Robert P. Kincade, Jr., Jimmy Ken- 



ney, Frederick M. Logan, Gary Ed- 
mond Marsalis, Michael Arnie Mal- 
lory, Carl V. Montgomery, Dudley 
Rook Moore, William Hall Poland, 
Thomas J. Prince, Thomas Irwin Rice, 
III. Michael D. Robbins, Tommy 
Cade Roqers, Walter C. Simpson 
Jr., Floyd M. Sulser, Jr., Ronnie L. 
Wall. 




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Jan G. Adelman, John H. Arnold, 
Jr., James H. Ashworth, James Wil- 
liams Bailey, James Love Barlcsdale, 
John Ward Barnes, Meredith A. 
Bass, Jr., Fred Allen Bell, Marshall 
Goodloe Bennett. 

Second Row: 

Scott G. Black, Jr., David W. Bom- 
boy, Robert H. Bostwiclt, III, Wil- 
liam Howard Brown, Jr., Richard 
Cohron Bryan, Jr., Edward Earl Bry- 
ant, John Dexter, Castle, James Wal- 
ter Chandler, Hollis Clifton Cheek. 

Third Row: 

Richard Orville Clark, George E. 
Coleman, Jr., Fred Chastain Cribbs, 
Thomas Euqene Cribbs, Henry 
Thorne Crosby, William H. Davis, 
Francis A. Debay, Strawford H. 
Dees, III, William Lyman Denton. 

Fourth Row: 

Merrill E. Diket, Jr., John Evan Dog- 
qett, James David Duncan, Carroll 
Edward Dunn, Don Luis Fruge, John 
Wesley Gary, III, William Barry Gil- 
lespie, David Lee Guyton, Robert 
Allan Guyton. 

Fifth Row: 

Frank Whitaker Harrinqton, Joseph 
G. Hawkins, Roland W. Heidelberg, 
III Larry F. Higginbotham, Stanley 
Chatham Hindman, Kennon D. 
Hood, David Winston Houston, Er- 
nest Ernwin Howard, Daniel Clyde 
Hughes, Jr. 

Sixth Row: 

Braxter Pleasant Irby, Russell A. 
Johnson, Robert T. Jones, Hilliard 
Earl Jordan, Jr., Richard L. Jordan. 
Robert C. Kelsey, John Major Ki- 
nard. Horace Baxter Lester, Jr.. Rob- 
ert T. McCool, Jr. 

Seventh Row: 

Alexander F. McKeigney, John Pur- 
ves McLaurin, Thomas Darrell Mc- 
Neese, John L. Maxey, Jr., Charles 
Michael Merkel, Thomas R. Mont- 
gomery, Robert Sabin Montjoy, 
John R. Moore, William Frank 
Moore, Jr. 

Eighth Row: 

John Randall Mott, Buford Coleman 
Murphree, Kenneth M. Murphree, 
William Richard Neelly, Michael Le- 
Nelson, Phillip Burl Noble, James 
Benton O'Neal, John W. Parker, Fe- 
lix E. Perry. 

Ninth Row: 

Fred G. Peyton, Louis M. Rawdon, 
Lent Irwin Rice, II, Fred F. Roberts, 
Jr., William Levi Rogers, III, Wil- 
liam A. Roper, Jr., Roderick S. Russ, 
III, Robert Pritchard Russell, Michael 
Evans Ryan. 

Tenth Row: 

Jeffrey Lloyd Sauls, Daniel McGehee 
Scarbrouqh, John G. Schaffer, Jr., 
Don Bacot Scott, Robert Emmet Sei- 
bels, William Collins Spencer, Wil- 
I'am C. Strawbridqe, Anthony La- 
von Thaxton, James Cairy Thaxtor, 
Billy Buckley Trimble. 

Eleventh Row: 

Jesse B. Tutor, Jr., Ralph B. Vance, 
Georqe Willis Vickery, Robert Barry 
Vickery, James Edwin Watkins, Da- 
vid Kent Wells. Gerald Lafay White, 
Joseph T. Wilkins, III, William Chad- 
wick Wood, William Gully Yates, Jr. 



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Sigma Nu, one of the better "small" fraternities at Ole Miss, was installed 
on the campus in 1927 and has enjoyed a very active life on the University 
campus since that time. 

The men of Sigma Nu pride themselves in their powerful political ma- 
chine. It has been rumored that they receive campaign funds from the 
National Democratic Party to further exploit the prominent offices on the 
campus. 

This year saw John Corlew as President of the ASB, Bo Roberts as Presi- 
dent Pro Tern of the Campus Senate, and Don Deline as Vice President of 
the Senior Class. Other Sigma Nu's in campus activities included two var- 
sity and three freshman cheerleaders, ten campus senators, one member 
of the ASB cabinet, and five members of the Rebel football team. 

The motto of Sigma Nu is "to earnestly strive to meet a new brother 
every day." 

Sigma Nu strives to develop the talents of individual members through 
a wide variety of activities. Year after year the SN's continue to rank 
among the finest of the Ole Miss fraternities. 




MISS MICKEY GARDNER 



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Lane Allen, William Alston, Buell 
Barnett, Alan Bush, Charles Cobb, 
David Cobb, Eddie Gaines, Joseph 
Glenn, James Haddock, James Hei- 
del, Frank Hudson, Johnny Kil- 



patrick, Stark King, Willard Lape, 
Jr., James McRaney, Ronnie Melton, 
Raymond Mitchell, Chris Neal, 
James Petty, Charles Ray. 





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First Row: 

Guthrie Abbott, Henry Allen, Wil- 
liam Allen, William Ballentine, Mills 
Barbee, Clifford Barnett, Don F. Bar- 
ron, Stephen Beach, III, James Ben- 
nett, James Bishop. 

Second Row: 

Richard Blackwell, Kimble Bolen, 
Reese Bowen, III, Barry Bridqeforth, 
Mendum Briscoe, Olie Brown, Jr., 
David Bryant, Thomas Buchanan, 
Thomas Buford, Gus Bynum. 

Third Row: 

Ralph Cameron, Jr., Gerald Chat- 
ham, Bennett Chotard, Reuben 
Chrestman, III, Richard Clinton, 
James Coqqin, Jr., Thomas Comer, 
John Corlew, Carroll Cotton, Roqer 
Cox. 

Fourth Row: 

Thomas Crowson, Randy Crumbley, 

John Dale, Sam Dalton, III. Ralph 

Daves, John Davis, Sid Davis, V. 

liam Davis, Donald Deline, James 

Dukes. 

Fifth Row: 

Thomas Evans, Jr., Joe Ezell, Robert 
Farrar, Jr., Georqe Flinn, Jr., Car- 
roll Flowers, William Freeman, Jr., 
Robert Fulton, James Galloway 
Robert Galloway, William Gillis. 
Sixth Row: 

John Gilluly, William Gottshall, Jr., 
James Griffith, Benjamin Guider 
Anthony Hale, Larry Hall 
Hardinq, Ronald Hardy, 
Harrell James Hawkins. 
Seventh Row: 

Wallace Hegqie, Michael 
ton, Warren Hiatt, Jr., M. 
son, Thomas Hodgson, John Hollings- 
worth, Jr., Frank Irby, James Jones, 
Robert Kerr, Donald Koen. 

Hqhth Row: 

Andy Lawhon, Michael Lawyer, 
James Leeper, George Lester, Ro- 
bert Lewis, Henderson Lindsey, 
James Lindsey, Jr., Ray Long, Trent 
Loft, Van Lucas. 

Ninth Row: 

James McArthur, John McCarty. 
Michael McElhaney, Jr., Martin Mc- 
Gee, Jr., Charles McRae, Roy 
Manning, Jr., Dick Marchbanks, Ro- 
bert Mays, Russell Moore, John 
Therrell Moss. 

Tenth Row: 

Buddy Nichols, Robert Northern, 
William Nunnery, James O'Neal, 
Alan Parker, Cary Phillips, Wade 
Presley, Bobby Price, Bernard Puck- 
ett, ^eb Reeves, III. 

Eleventh Row: 

Ernest Reynolds, Jr., Michael Richey, 
Tally Riddell, Jr., Lloyd Eugene Ro- 
berts, Danny Ray Roy, James Sal- 
mon, Ronald Samuels, Walter Shack- 
elford, Nathan Shappley, III, Albert 
Simmons. 

Twelfth Row: 

Gary Sisco, Witt Smith. Jr., Robert 
Smith, John Sneed, II, Edwin Snyder, 
Terry Swalm, Jr., Alan Tidwell. John 
Townsend, Larry Underwood, Gilbert 
Vance. 

Thirteenth Row: 

Lewis Vance, Eddie Vandiver, Leon- 
ard Vincent, Michael Wade, Greg- 
ory Waldo, Steven Walker, Robert 
Wallace, Tommy Walman, Jan West- 
James Wheeler, Jr. 

Fourteenth Row: 

William White. Richard Wilcox, Roy 
Williams, David Wilson, Jr., Jerry 
Young, John Young, James Milam. 



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SIGMA 



EPSILON 




Miss Elizabeth Kersting 



Mississippi Alpha of Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded after the furn of 
the century by twelve Divinity Students. Since that time, the SPE's have 
made rapid progress toward the other extreme. 

Through the efforts of the SPE alumni, the chapter purchased a house, 
which caught fire during the summer of I 959, but which the Oxford-Univer- 
sity Fire Department accidently saved. 

Because of the fraternity's association with the American Heart Asso- 
ciation and the badge which its members wear, Sig Eps enjoy true brother- 
hood which is expressed in this motto: "Brotehrhood is free and begins and 
ends with the Heart; we enjoy a true Brotherhood." 

The Scholarship program in Sigma Phi Epsilon provides for awards to 
chapters and to individual members for their academic achievement. The 
Clifford B. Scott Key, for the highest average in each chapter, and the 
DuBach Award for the greatest scholastic improvement are among the 
awards which are presented each year. 





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First Row: 

Malcolm Lee Aldridqe, Phillip Lynn 

Anthony. Elzey Joe Arledqe, Jr., 

Frank S. Austin, James C. Barlow, 

James L. Beasley, Jr., Frank Berry, 

II. 



Second Row: 

Jerry Holmes Blount, Douq'as Brian 
Bosse, James Ticer Brown, Jr., Milton 
Drummond Brown, Donald R. Bur- 
rell, William Owen Burrow, G. Ed- 
ward Buxton, III, Norman Alexander 
Cannady. 



Third Row: 

M'chael Adam Chrestman, Ronald 
Keith Cole, Don Crook, Jon Crook, 
Leonard Andrew Crosby, III, Robert 
Earl Davis, Jack Evans. 



Fourth Row: 

William M. Halfacre, William Betts 
Harlan, John Harper, David Berch 
Henry, Cleveland P. Huqqins, III, 
Robert A. Hunt, Euqene R. Jennings. 



Fifth Row: 

Thomas D. Kirschten, Robert Charles 

Lea, Charles Rodney McClelland, 

Everett A. McKniqht, Jr., John C. 

Mabus, Larry Mars, John Henry 

Maynard. 



Sixth Row: 

Michael Leroy Meek, K. L. Melikian, 
Euqene T. Menz, Floyd E. Moore, Jr., 
Clarence E. Morqan, III, William L. 
Nicholas, Harold C. Noll, Jr. 



Seventh Row: 

Austin F. Parker, II, E. Pav, John L. 
Price, Dixon Leroy Pyles, William K. 
Richardson, James T. Riddle, Leslie 
Howard Siltman. 

Eiqhth Row: 

Stanford Jackson Smythe, Earl Alvin 
St. John. Jr., Daniel H. Turnell, Ed- 
mund J. Walker, David B. Watkins, 
Thomas Stout Wilson, Michael Nel- 
son Zalocusky. 

Not Pictured: 

John Edward Ashcraft, James Ticer 
Brown, Curtis E. Coker, Jr., James 
Lowry Crook. Walter Morrow Cum- 
minqs, Jr., James Hall, Gerald Lynn 
Jones, Charles G. Laqrone, Jr., Da- 
vid Luke Lane, Julius L. Lotterhos, 
III, Harold Paul McAlister, Bill Moss, 
Pat Hutchinson Raborn, Douglas 
Arthur Whitenton, Joseph Edmund 
Winston. 



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Four students at Vincennes University, Vincennes, Indiana met on Feb- 
ruary 26, 1897, and founded Sigma Pi Fraternity. The objectives of Sigma 
Pi are to establish a brotherhood of, and for, college men; to promote 
scholarship; to advance truth and justice; to diffuse culture; and to en- 
courage chivalry among men. 

Each year the Sigma Pi's have their share of orgies and other forms of 
social functions. Among their many and varied social functions they have 
open-houses, informal get-togethers, and their Orchid Ball, which is their 
spring formal. 

The Sigma Pi Fraternity pin is very symbolic, but non-members aren't 
supposed to know and members can't remember so their secret is safe. 




MISS DONNA FERGUSON 





First Row: 

Robert James Barrow, Robert Paul 
Broom, Tom A. Cothran, Jr., Charles 
G. Demarco, Thomas S. Denton. 



Second Row: 

Jerry Lynn Dover, James Allison E 1 - 
lictt, Jerome Charles Griese, Jack 
Wade Hood, Kenne h R. Jackson. 



Third Row: 

Donald Ellis Lewis, Oc'e Vernon 
Lewis, John A. McEvoy, Peter P.. 
McWhorter, Clair H. Miller, Jr. 



Fourth Row: 

Ronald Alan Niemann William R. 
O'Sullivan, William Judson Palmer. 
II, Anihony J. Palukaitis, William 
Dee Pate, Roger L. Paulson. 



Fifth Row: 

Raymond M. Petitf Is. Stanley Fred- 
erick Pieiak, Gary Davis Piatt, Larry 
Thomas Roqers, Glenn Ross Sam.ord. 
Neil A. Tarpley. 



Sixth Row: 

Julius R. Taylor, Jr., Michael John 
Thole, Bruce Lanqdon Whyle, Byron 
H. Wilson, William Ernst Yelsik, 
Carl Samuel Zerinque. 



Not Pictured: 

William A. B:umbauqh, George 

ler Miller, Berton Frederick Mowers, 

Homer Stewart. 




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From the small beginning of seven men who banded together to pre- 
serve a friendship has grown the present Fraternity of Phi Epsilon Pi. Since 
its founding on November 23, 1904, at the College of the City of New 
York, it has become an organization possessing thirty-eight active chap- 
ters, thirty-five alumni associations, and a total membership of over thir- 
teen thousand men. 

Since their establishment at Ole Miss in 1935, they have acquired a 
virtual monopoly on rush, a controlling delegation to the I — 1 1 Mel Foundation, 
and many other important accomplishments and activities. 

One of Phi Ep's most outstanding members obtained the distinction of 
being the only person known to make his first million off the profits of the 
Ole Miss annual, and several other "small" projects which paid off. After 
serving for two years as the Ole Miss number one he left for bigger and 
better things. 

Prominent alumni on the national scale are Joseph Altman, Mayor of At- 
lantic City; Allen Rothenberg, recipient of the Congressional Medal of 
Honor; Reverend Dr. Jonah B. Wise, famed theologian; and Colonel Wil- 
liam Friedman, Chief of Army Signal Intelligence Service. 



Paul Harry Aron 



Alan P. Brucker 



Stephen Marc Ehrlich 



Douglas B. Lewis 




Daniel Rabinowitz 



Gerald Bernard Wexler 



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JUNIOR INTER -FRATERNITY COUNCIL 




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OFFICERS 

Joe Schmelzer President 

Walter Thompson Vice-President 

Bruce Atkinson Secretary 

Shelby Edwards Treasurer 

This organization is composed of two pledges from each 
fraternity. These representatives are selected by their in- 
dividual pledge classes and serve for the entire year. The 
council is also composed of two representatives from the 
Senior Inter-Fraternity Council who are elected to serve as 
advisors of the Junior IFC for organizational purposes. 

The purpose of the Junior Inter-fraternity Council is to 
instill in its membership the principles of the fraternity sys- 
tem. Thus, it helps to unite the fraternities in a spirit of 
friendly brotherhood. In doing this, the representatives may 
give to their individual fraternities an incentive to improve 
standards, thereby cultivating a better environment where 
manhood may flourish. The council also acts as a service 
organization to carry out projects designated by the Senior 
Inter-Fraternity Council. 



First Row: Bill Anderson, Paul Aron, Bruce Atkinson, Gerald Burnett. Second Row: 
Al Clark, George Coleman, David Duncan, Doug Ingram. Third Row: Rodney 
Jones, Doug Kelso, Jimmy Leeper, Larry Lewis. Fourth Row: Jimmy Llndsey, Mark 
Love, John McEvoy Jack Mayfield. Fifth Row: Jim Moher. Richard Noble, John 
Powell, Johnnie Price. Sixth Row: Morgan Ray, Tom Richardso 
Walter Thompson. Seventh Row: Dan Turnell, Toby Wallace, Byroi Wilson. Not 
Pictured: Val Beesley, Alan Brucker, Art Clark, Shelby Edwards. 



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ARMY R.O.T.C. 



The Department of Military Science, a unit of the 
Army Reserve Officers Training Corps, falls under 
the joint jurisdiction of the University of Mississippi 
and the Department of the Army. The Army 
R.O.T.C. prepares college men for positions of lead- 
ership and trains as junior officers those students who 
display the qualities of character, scholarship, and 
leadership necessary for an Officer in the Army of 
the United States. The four-year Army R.O.T.C. 
course leads to a commission as a Second Lieutenant 
in one of the fourteen branches of the United States 
Army. 



LIEUTENANT COLONEL RONALD H. RINSSRUD 
Professor of Military Science 



Major 
Benjamin 
Hamilton 



Major 
John A. 
Grubbs 



Major 

Max L 

Waldrop 



Captain 
M. D. 

Llewellyn 



Captain 

Don E. 

Bates 




M. Sgt. 
Tom M. Newberry 



M. Sgt. 

Clayton B. 

Johnson 



__ SFC 
Claude C. 
Holt 



SFC 
Ernest R. 
Larimore 



Sgt. 

Louie Curtis 

Cox 



R.O.T.C. COLOR GUARD 



R.O.T.C. RIFLE TEAM 





The Brigade Staff is responsible for the weekly 
drill and conducts all activities of the Brigade. The 
Brigade Staff is selected on the basis of classroom 
and drill field performance both on the campus and 
at summer training at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. 

The "Colonel's Lady," Miss Nancy Coursey, was 
selected by the Army R.O.T.C. Brigade to be the 
Brigade Sponsor for the year. The Colonel's Lady is 
selected for her intelligence, wit, charm, and per- 
sonality. Her duties include presiding over all of- 
ficial functions of the Brigade. 



THE BRIGADE STAFF 



LT. COL. JOHN M. RIDDELL 
Brigade Commander 



Lester 



Roberson 



Davis 



Bennett 



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Maj. Garner W. Lester, Deputy Brigade Commander; Capt. Gary S. Roberson, Brigade Training Officer; 
Capt. Marshall G. Bennett, Brigade Adjutant; Lt. Howard Q. Davis, Asstistant Brigade Training Officer; 
Lt. P. K. Lackey, Assistant Brigade Adjutant. 



NANCY COURSEY 
Colonel's Lady 



BARBARA ELDER 
Sponsor Advisor 




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MAJ. DAVID H. CAMPBELL 
Commander, 1st Battalion 



PATSY PUCKETT 
1st Battalion Sponsor 



FIRST BATTALION 



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Capt. Donald A. Deline, Battalion Exec. Officer; Lt. Jack E. 
Veazey, Battalion Training Officer; Lt. Gregory R. Waldo, Bat- 
talion Adjutant. 



MAJ. RUSSELL W. CALVERT 
Commander, 2nd Battalion 



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Capt. Frank M. Irby, Battalion Executive Officer; Lt. Hudson 
F. Bell, Battalion Training Officer; Lt. Carl F. Wright, Battalion 
Adjutant. 



SECOND BATTALION 



LASSIE COOKE 
Battalion Sponsor 




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Davis 



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CAPT. WILLIAM M. 
DALEHITE 

Company Commander 



JO ANN SHIRLEY 
Company Sponsor 




Lt. Andrew E. Price, Band Commander; Fauncine Fairchild, Band Sponsor; 
Faye Davis, Drill Team Sponsor; Sherry Enochs, Counter Guerrilla Sponsor. 



HEADQUARTERS COMPANY 



Drill Platoon 

First Row: 

Hawkins, Allen, O'Daniel, Barlow, Moccia, McCarley, 

Guy. 

Second Row: 

Blumenthal, Johnson, Williams, Ott, Doiron. 

Third Row: 

Osborn, Miller, Galloway, Vandiver, Politan. 

Fourth Row: 

Kelley, Harper, Roberts, Baxter, Hedges, Richardson. 



Band 

First Row: 

Prince, McGee, Buel, Kroeker, Hicks, Parish, Murphree, 

Sanders. 

Second Row: 

Elkins, Huey, Hill, Edwards, Rushton, Dupree, Scrivener. 

Third Row: 

Armstrong, McLaurin, Cox, Lomax, Kay, Bridgforth, 
Slinkman. 
Fourth Row: 

Warren, Randle, Young, Taylor, Joseph, Chow, Strick- 
land. 



Counter Guerilla Platoon 

First Row: 

Dalehite, Campbell, Hill, Thaxton, Webber, Dreher, 

Weir, Maher, Hawkins. 

Second Row: 

Gereins, Kartchner, Moore, Byers, Sztraky, Rose, Wood, 

Holland, Williamson. 

Third Row: 

Hord, Strickland, Nester, Pope, Comer, Shockley, 

Guider, Randle, George. 

Fourth Row: 

Godwin, Lewis, Cheek, Peel, Hill, Dees, Gober, Ham, 

Hunt. 

Fifth Row: 

Young, Llewellyn, Kisner. 




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Bailey 



Grantham 



Hurst 



Mitchell 



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Lt. Robert W. Bailey, Platoon Leader; Lt. Larry T. Grantham, Platoon Leader; Lt. George G. Hurst, 
Platoon Leader; Lt. Henry R. Mitchell, Platoon Leader; Lt. Sam H. Phillips, Company Executive 
Officer. 



A COMPANY 







CAPT. CHRISTOPH 
Company Com 



ER T. NEAL 
mander 



JO ANN SHIRLEY 
Company Sponsor 



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1st Platoon 

First Row: 

Northern, Grantham, Thaxton, Baier, Thompson, McKel- 
lar, Crook. 

Second Row: 

Lott, Briscoe, Wichman, Himes, Bomboy, Gober. 

Third Row: 

Ham, Gray, Russ, Dreher, Klingenbeck, Newberry. 

Fourth Row: 

Catoe, Waldrop, Pursley, Steen, Erichsen, Campbell. 




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2nd Platoon 

First Row: 

Mitchell, Fenstermacher, McArthur, Cerny, Wood, Phil- 

lips. 

Second Row: 

Dempsey, Hayes, Jones, Adams, Moore, Horions. 

Third Row: 

Standlevich, Seymour, George, Kitchens, Moore, 

Deuschle. 

Fourth Row: 

McNeal, Brown, Cannan, Panq, Wasser, Kenney. 



3rd Platoon 

First Row: 

Hurst, Rice, Noll, Richard, Franks. 

Second Row: 

Fair, Coleman, Godwin, Smith, Clark. 

Third Row: 

Clayton, Ray, Coco, Fyfe, Olson. 

Fourth Row: 

Ray, Guider, Traughber, Miller, Allen, Weller. 



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Lt. James B. Kliesch, Platoon Leader; Lt. John M. Lippincott, Platoon Leader; Lt. Michael T. Mc- 
Ree, Platoon Leader; Lt. Ronald S. Vaughan, Platoon Leader. 



CAPT. WILLIAM C. GUNN MARJORIE MOORE 

Company Commander Company Sponsor 



1st Platoon 

First Row: 

Bratt, Gunn, Lippincott, Young, Davis, Higginbotham. 

Second Row: 

Kelso, Barrett, Rose, Weir, Hill, Comer. 

Third Row: 

Shoemaker, Holland, Bat+s, Welber, Owen, Leatherman. 

Fourth Row: 

Martin, Shands, Praytor, Nutt, Griffin, Crook. 

Fifth Row: 

Sneed, Robinson, Dickey, Stewart, McGehee, Paulson. 



2nd Platoon 

First Row: 

Vaughan, Lester, Lackey, Defenbaugh, Pope, Steadman. 

Second Row: 

Dunn, Paschall, Wixon, Wallace, Aron, Pruett. 

Third Row: 

Lester, Turnell, Teller, Mitchell, Ca-ssady, Overby. 

Fourth Row: 

Murry, Clark, Rosetti, Bostwich, Williamson. 



3rd Platoon 

First Row: 

McRee, Kliesch, Schaffer, McClelland, Bennett, Coleman. 

Second Row: 

Clement, Dabbe, Stavroff, Pittman, Chandler, Taylor. 

Third Row: 

Smith, Griffith, Webb, Schrbrough, Russell, Harvey. 

Fourth Row: 

Sneed, Cannada, Denley, Schnierle, Eastland, Love, Mulli- 

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Lt. James V. Coggin, Platoon Leader; Lt. Arnold Himelstein, Platoon Leader; Lt. Joseph C. Mc- 
Carty, Platoon Leader; Lt. Buford C. Murphree, Platoon Leader; Lt. William D. Wells, Platoon 
Leader; Lt. Michael E. Ryan, Company Executive Officer. 



C COMPANY 





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CAPT. WAITE E. LIGON SALLY KATE WINTERS 

Company Commander Company Sponsor 



1st Platoon 

First Row: 

Randall, Ligon, Coggin, Nichols, Hipp. 

Second Row: 

Shackelford, Smythe, Spence, Inmon, Boland. 

Third Row: 

Eubanks, Weathersby, Barksdale, Sztraky, Salmon. 
Fourth Row: 

Beasley, Parker, Murphy, Johnson, Adams, Parker. 



2nd Platoon 

First Row: 

McCarthy, Wells, Mallory, Swetland, Richardson. 

Second Row: 

Guild, Peet, McKnight, Wise, Taylor. 
Third Row: 

Wade, Serio, Barbour, Newton, Jones. 



3rd Platoon 

First Row: 

Upchurch, Murphree, Abdalla, Hill, Williams, Berger. 

Second Row: 

McGavock, Higgins, Van Devender, Chatman, Dees, Mc- 

Gee. 

Third Row: 

Mitchell, Carithers, Noster, McPherson, Kar+chner. 

Fourth Row: 

Keyes, Kerr, Smith, Singleton, Koehler. 



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Arledge 



Heggie 



Longino 



Treuting 



CAPT. ROY W. TATE SALLY HOLLOMAN 

Company Commander Company Sponsor 



First Platoon 

First Row: 

Aldy, Tate, Heggie, Longino, Seibels, Taylor, Glicco. 

Second Row: 

Hill, Gottshall, Currie, Greer, Jennings, Black, Powers. 

Third Row: 

Howell. Franco, Casano, Porter, Hord, O'Marra. 
Fourth Row: 

Scott, Henline, Austin, Smith, Carter, Wallace. 



Second Platoon 

First Row: 

McRee, Neely, Carr. 

Second Row: 

Sekul, Lewis, Gilbert, Marascalco, Sulser, Foster. 

Third Row: 

Mavar, Moran, Byers, Watts, Chestnut, Moore. 
Fourth Row: 

Barton, Coward, Castle, Chunn, Schmelzer, Shows. 



Third Platoon 

First Row: 

Arledge, Cribbs, Allen, Welch, Moher, Sasser. 

Second Row: 

Wheeler, Pash, Perry, Fulton, Evans, O'Neill. 

Third Row: 

Cottrell, Boling, Hunt, Daves, Biedenharn. 

Fourth Row: 

Darnell, Terracin, Cochran, Peel, Davis. 





Lt. Elxey J. Arledge, Platoon Leader; Lt. Wallace E. Heggie, Company Executive Officer; Lt. 
John T. Longino, Platoon Leader; Lt. John J. Treuting, Platoon Leader. 



D COMPANY 





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Lt. Leonard A. Crosby, Platoon Leader; Lt. Noble O. Hovator, Platoon Leader; Lt. Floyd M. Mel 
ton, Platoon Leader; Lt. Jesse B. Taintor, Platoon Leader; Lt. Stirling B. Williams, Platoon Leader 
Lt. Marvin T. Mims, Company Executive Officer. 



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CAPT. JOHN S. METZ MARTHA ANN CHADWICK 
Company Commander Company Sponsor 

First Platoon 

First Row: 

Urbanek, Taintor, Wells, Jones, Perry, Mabus. 

Second Row: 

Horions, Brown, Hamner, Smith, Strasser, Neukirch. 

Third Row: 

Broussard, Hearin, Stone, Hussey, Loden, Kemp. 

Fourth Row: 

Swayze, White, Lane, Norman, Chapman, Cheek. 



Second Platoon 

First Row: 

Crosby, Melton, Pyles, Morris, Johnson. 

Second Row: 

Herndon, Haupin, Kitchens, Austin, Fisackerly. 

Third Row: 

Paul, Kothmann, Thomas, Brocato, Jennings. 

Fourth Row: 

Harthcock, Sadler, Apel, Vinson. 



Third Platoon 

First Row: 

Thurber, Pryor, Dyre, White, Clark, McFairlane. 

Second Row: 

Anderson, Smith, Pincura, Billings, Gercens, Pope. 

Third Row: 

Ashworth, Strawbridge, Klepzig, Brandon, Kisner. 



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Cadet Colonel John Riddell escorts the Colonel's Lady, Miss Lassie 
Cooke under the arched sabers. 



Lt. Colonel Ronald Ringsrud and Mrs. 
Ringsrud are received at the banquet by 
the Cadet officers. 



MILITARY BALL 



The annual event honoring the Army ROTC mem- 
bers, sponsors, and their dates is the Military Ball. 
This year's theme was the Green and the Gold Bar. 
Before the Ball the senior cadets and sponsors at- 
tended a banquet. At the Ball the sponsors were 
presented by their commanders under the tradi- 
tional arch of the sabres. 



These Army R.O.T.C. Sponsors were presented at the Military Ball. 
Front Row: Martha Chadwick, Barbara Elder, Lassie Cooke, Faye Davis, 
Sally Winters. Back Row: Fleeta Fox, Sherry Enochs, Fauncine Fairchild, 
Patys Puckett, Sally Holloman. 



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NAVAL R.O.T.C. 



The Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps was 
established at the University of Mississippi in June 
of I 946 for the purpose of training carefully selected 
young men for commissions as Ensigns in the United 
States Navy or as Second Lieutenants in the United 
States Marine Corps. 

The Department of the Navy pays for four full 
years of college for those who are enrolled as Regu- 
lar Students in the program. A student may become 
a Regular by passing nation-wide physical and scho- 
lastic examinations. Ole Miss was chosen as one of 
fifty-one universities to participate in this program. 




CAPT. ROBERT W. SLYE 
Prof, of Naval Science 




LT. CDR. L. F. THURNER 
Bafallion Commd. 



Dee Dee 


Lt. A. M. 


Lt. JG W. B. 


Ens. W. C. 


Ens. P. T. 


Speakes 


Parker 


James 


Stone 


Poythress 


Battalion 


Battalion 


Operat'ons 


Battalion 


Supply 


Staff Sponsor 


Executive Officer 


Officer 


Adjutant 


Officer 




Lt. JG R. A. 


Lt. JG V. T. 


Elba 


CPO B. C 


Milles 


Walters 


Jane Hogue 


Jayne 


A Co. Executive 


B. Co. Executive 


Field 


Battalion 


Officer 


Officer 


Music Sponsor 


CPO 



JUDY COBB 
Battalion Sponsor) 



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LT. F. W. JONES 
Co. Commander 



DIANE WEST 
Company Sponsor 




Ens. E. T. Naro, 1st Platoon Leader; Marie Ritchie, Platoon Sponsor; Ens. J. T. Taylor, 2nd Platoon 
Leader; Pam Womack, Platoon Sponsor. 



ALPHA COMPANY 



DRILL TEAM — First Row: Hodges, Tehan, Malbrough, Russell, Dunn, Hutchinson, Caloway, Gerlach. 
Second Row: Quigley, Dover, MacNeill, Booth, Roper. Third Row: Smith, Hogue, Doyle, Hill, Trevathan, 

Moody. 




2nd PLATOON — First Row: Lewis, Maule, Waller, Nelson, Moore. Overheim, Andrukiewicz. Second Row: 
Thole, Webb, Scott, Benn, Bryan, Breath. Third Row: Dale, Bass, Preble, Herring, Schram, Harp. 



293 




Ens. T. H. Idema, 1st Platoon Leader; Linda Gibson, Platoon Sponsor; Ens. J. S. Oswald, 2nd Pla- 
toon Leader; Margot Jean Bilbo, Platoon Sponsor; CPO J. S. MacDo>iald, Company CPO. 




LT. D. A. JONES 
Company Commander 



CAROLE McKEOUN 
Company Sponsor 



BRAVO COMPANY 






1st PLATOON — First Row: Sherman, Krause, Weeks, McCollum, Thiele, Clinton, Booher. Second Row: 
McRae, Thompson, Bush, Rabinowitz, Evans, Holler. Third Row: Orenduff, Rochelle, Saul, Gilder, Felder. 







2nd PLATOON — First Row: Reecht, Elliott, Jackson, Elmore, Hudson, Peterson, Lilja. Second Row: Cas- 
saday, Vizio, Gill, Strojny. Third Row: Malline, Curtin, Brion, Olson, Powell. 



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ANCHOR AND CHAIR 



First Row: E. L. Naro, J. L. Taylor, P. L. Poythress, A. M. Parker, M. D. Quigley, W. J. 
Teham, M. R. Sherman. Second Row: J. R. Thompson, W. B. James, R. A. Williams, 
W. B. Rochelle, D. Rabinowitz, B. C. Jayne. Third Row: J. S. Oswald, L. W. Arnold, 
D. M. Williams, C. R. McRae, J. R. Madson, L. F. Thurner. 



NAVY SPONSORS 



First Row: Judy Cobb, Battalion Sponsor; Diane West, "A" Company; Marie 
Ritchie, "A" Company, 1st Platoon; Pam Womack, "A" Company, 2nd Platoon; 
Carole McKeown, "B" Company. Second Row: Linda Gibson, "B" Company, 1st 
Platoon; Margot Jean Bilbo, "B" Company, 2nd Platoon; Dee Dee Speakes, Bat- 
talion Staff Sponsor; Cindy Morrison, Anchor & Chain Sponsor; Elba Jane Hogue, 
Field Music Sponsor. 




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Major Captain Captain Captain 

Ralph E. Barbour Clark Everett, Jr. James P. Daley Dennis H. Ott 




T/Sgt. 



T/Sgt. 



A/IC 



Charlie W. Wallace Sebron T. Holloway Ernest S. Smith, Jr. 



CADET LT. COLONEL JIM SHERRARD 
Wing Commander 



LT. COLONEL RALPH DOUGHERTY 
Professor of Air Science 



AIR FORCE R.O.T.C. 

The Department of Air Science, a unit of the Air Force Reserve Officers 
Training Corps, falls under the joint jurisdiction of the University of Mis- 
sissippi and the Department of the Air Force. The Air Force R.O.T.C. pre- 
pares college men for positions of leadership and trains as junior officers 
those students who display the qualities of character, scholarship, and lead- 
ership necessary for an Officer in the Air Force of the United States. 



Cadet Major 
W. J. Boggan 
Inspector 



Cadet Major 
D. L. Duckworth 
Operations 



Cadet Major 
D. F. Oglesbee 
Personnel 



Cadet Captain 
F. A. Schurti 
Material 





CADET MAJOR JAMES LITTLE 
Deputy Commander 



Cadet Major 
N. R. Holstein 
Administration 



Cadel' Captain 
M. N. Zalocusky 
Information 



Cadet Captain 
Alan Tidwell 
Comptroller 



Cadet Captain 
N. S. Metcalf 
Provost Marshall 



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AIR FORCE R.O.T.C. SENIORS 







Robert Lee Baucom 
John Henrik Billing 
Richard William Brock 
John Alston Brown 
Milton Drummond Brown 



Don Arthur Burleson 
Russell Victor Cobb, III 
James Lowry Crook 
Winston Robert Davis 
Joseph Paul Fillare 

George Stratford Gennin 
George Hardin Homich 
Edward Joseph Horvath 
Edwin Coleman Humphreys, II 
Michael Lundie Inmon 



Jimmie Smith Jackson 
James Street Kaigler 
James Ryan Moore 
John Randall Mott 
John Edward Olson 



Gary Alton Phillips 
Robert Roy Regalbuto 
Donald Preston Russell 
John August Valentour 
James Lipsey Whitten, Jr. 

James Wiley Winter 
Florian Henry Yoste, III 



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AIR FORCE R.O.T.C. JUNIORS 



Addleton 

Boyle 

Browning 

Buck 

Burleson 



Burrow 

Chesteen 

Dorill 

Dubard 

Ezell 



Garlic 

Gaston 

Graeber 

Henderson 

Land 



Lee 

MacDonald 

Marshall 

Miles 

Moore 



Palmore 

Phillips 

Price 

Reynolds 

Roberts 



Schreiter 

Shoemake 

Sieqel 

St. John 

Thrower 



Walman 

Womack 

Woodcock 




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First Row: Shoemaker, Zalocusky, Holstein, Brock, Schurtz, Yoste, Gennin. Second Row: Reynolds, Duck- 
worth, Haigler, Boggan, Horvath, Whitten, Brown. Third Row: Crook, Holmes, Sherrard, Graeber, Hum- 
phreys, Fillare, Homick. 



ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY 



ANGEL FLIGHT 



First Row: Kay Abernethy, Mickie Gardner, Jere Gibert, Lou Ann Hargraves, Rose Ann Harwood. Sec- 
ond Row: Kathy Henry, Mariann McElroy, June Martin, Mickey Meacham, Melissa Pendleton. Third Row: 
Sue Singletary, Bobbie Straub, Beverly Whitten, Sandra Williams. Not Pictured: Tanya Pritchard. 




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First Row: 




Guthrie T. Abbott 

Law 1 ; Siqma Nu 


Gulfport 


Thomas G. Abernethy, Jr. 

Law 


Okolona 


George E. Abraham, II 

Graduate; Phi Kappa Psi 


Vicksburq 


Robert Michael Acevedo 

Law 3 


Biloxi 


Second Row: 




Philip Ross Adams 

Graduate 


Marks 


Jan G. Adelman 

Graduate; Siqma Chi 


Owensboro, Kentucky 


Vettra Glenn Alderson 

Law 2; Kappa Siqma 


Oxford 


Donald V. Alexander 

Law 2 


Columbus, Ohio 


Third Row: 




Charles Ronald Allen 

Law 1 


.... Baton Rouqe, La. 


James Roberts Allen 

Law 2 


Carthaqe 


Harry Angelacopoulos 

Graduate 


Athens, Greece 


Harold Melville Antwine 
Pharmacy 5 


Jackson 


Fourth Row: 




Richard Lloyd Arnold 

Law 3; Phi Delta Theta 


Jackson 


Wiliam L. Ashley 

Graduate 


Clinton 


Frank E. Bachkai 

Graduate 


S. Plainfield, N.J. 


Arthur D. Barnes 

Law 1 ; Alpha Tau Omeqa 


Pascaqoula 


Fifth Row: 




Wiliam Howard Barr 
Law 2 


Port Gibson 


Pat Montgomery Barrett 


Lexington 


Law 1 ; Kappa Siqma 




Stephen Leeds Beach III 

Law 1 ; Siqma Nu 


Jackson 


Blair E. Beasley Jr. 

Graduate 


Raleigh, N.C. 


Sixth Row: V 




Aslcit Kumar Jahorlal Bej 

Graduate \ 


Bombay 3, India 


William Dean Belk, Jr. 

Law 3; Phi Delta Theta 


Clarksdale 


Richard Thomas Bennett 

Law 3 


Miami, Florida 


Arnold V. Blackwell 

Law 2; Kappa Siqma 


Oxford 


Seventh Row: 




Leonard A. Blackwell, II 

Law 1 ; Phi Delta Theta 


Oxford 


Robert T. Blaiier \ 

Graduate 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


Gerald H. Blessey 


Biloxi 


Law 1 


'. 


Reese Tate Bowen, III 
Law 2; Siqma Nu 


Laurel 


Eighth Row: 




Billy Floyd Brown 

Law 3; Siqma Nu 


Charleston 


Jack Davis Brown 

Graduate 


Memphis, Tenn. 


William L. Brunckhorst 

Graduate 


Bconomowoc, Wise. 


James W. Burgoon 
Law 2 


Greenwood 






PROFESSIONALS 



First Row: 

Richard Anthony Burke 

Law 2 
David Anthony Buttross 

Law I ; Alpha Tau Omega 
James F. Cabell, Jr. 

Law I 
James E. Caldwell 

Law I ; Phi Kappa Psi 

Second Row: 

James Thomas Calhoun 

Graduate 
William C. Callender 

Law I; Phi Delta Theta 
Jerry Wayne Cannon 

Graduate 
Gary Lee Carnathan 

Law I 

Third Row: 

John Curtis Carr 

Graduate; Delta Psi 
Joseph M. Cheruvelil 

Graduate 
Lan Yuh Yang Chuang 

Graduate 
Vincent Tsungchien Chuang 

Graduate 

Fourth Row: 

Richard Orville Clark 

Law; Sigma Chi 
Floyd Martin Clay 

Graduate 
Rush M. Clements 

Law I 
Janie Lyn Clinton 

Graduate; Delta Deita Delta 

Fifth Row: 

William T. Cochran 

Law 2; Pi Kappa Alpha 
Andrew Walker Coffey 

Graduate 
Mac Kelly Collins 

L.A. 
Jerry R. Comeaux 

Law I 

Sixth Row: 

Philip T. Cornelius 

Graduate 
Anthony Phillip Correro 

Pharmacy 5 
Joseph N. Corsale, Jr. 

Law 3 
Anna Kate Cox 

Law I ; Alpha Omicron Pi 

Seventh Row: 

Edward E. Craig, Jr. 

Law I 

Louie Vivian Craig, Jr. 

Law 2 
Charles B. Cramer 

Graduate 
James W. Crisler 

Law I 

Eighth Row: 

Jon A. Crocker 

Law I ; Kappa Alpha 
Thomas Dewey Crowson 

Law I ; Siqma Nu 
James E. Curtin 

Graduate; Kappa Alpha 
Gilford F. Dabbs, III 

Law I ; Pi Kappa Alpha 



New York, N.Y. 

Natchez 

Jackson 

University 

Jayess 

Columbia 

Batesville 

Tupelo 

Greenwood 

University 

Taipei, Formosa 

Kaohsiunq, Formosa 

luka 

Oxford 

Rolling Fork 

Dallas, Texas 

Jackson 

Jackson 

Yazoo City 

Baton Rouqe, La. 

Okolona 

Oxford 

Saratoga, N.Y. 

Jackson 

Jackson 

Marks 

Mt. Holly, N.J. 

Jackson 

Bruce 

Batesville 

Norfolk, Va. 

Oui+man 




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First Row: 




Edward J. Daigle 


New Orleans, La. 


Graduate 




James Albert Dale, III 


Columbus 


Law 2 




Glen Harris Davidson 


Ecru 


Law 3; Pi Kappa Alpha 




Oscar E. Davis, Jr. 


Gulfport 


Law 1 




Second Row: 




Jon Jerome Daykin 


University 


Graduate 




Jimmy G. Dedeaux 


University 


Law 1 ; Phi Kappa Psi 




Kul Deepak 


Rajastan, India 


Graduate 




James Wheeler Deese 


Greenville 


Law 2 




Third Row: 




Joseph Theodore Dehmer, Jr. 


Jackson 


Law 3 




Dolores Delgadillo 


Nicaragua 


L.A. 




Earl L. Denney 


Jacksonville, Fla. 


Law 1 ; Sigma Phi Epsilon 




Gary L. Densing 


Oxford 


Graduate 




Fourth Row: 




Gus B. Denton 


Shelby 


Law 1 ; Phi Delta Theta 




William Lyman Denton 


Jackson 


Law 2; Sigma Chi 




James R. Devane 


Opp, Ala. 


Graduate 




William D. Donald, Jr. 


Moorhead 


Pharmacy 5; Delta Kappa Epsi 


on 


Fifth Row: 




Thomas K. Donovan 


Tupelo 


Graduate 




Phil Ray Dunnaway 


Ocean Springs 


Law 2 




Frederick P. Durant 


Dallas, Texas 


Law 2 




William M. Dye 


University 


Law 3 




Sixth Row: 




Roland Leon East 


Oxford 


Graduate 




Ben Garrett Edmonson 


Magee 


Law 1 ; Kappa Sigma 




William E. Ellington 


Lexington 


Law 1 




Marvin E. Elliott 


Forest 


Graduate 




Seventh Row: 




Guy Kenner Ellis 


Greenville 


Law 3 




James Don England 


Oxford 


Graduate 




Gerald D. Ericson 


Sioux City, Iowa 


Graduate 




William H. Essary 


University 


Graduate 




Eighth Row: 




Cyril T. Faneca, Jr. 


Handsboro 


Law 1 ; Beta Theta Pi 




Tah Houng Fine 


Taipei, Taiwan, China 


Graduate 




Jimmy Blaine Fisher 


Okolona 


Law 1 




Samuel Howard R. Fleming 


Yardman 


Graduate 





PROFESSIONALS 



First Row: 




Cary Leon Fondern, Jr. 


Clarksdale 


Law 1; Phi Delta Theta 




Cecil Atha Ford 


Oxford 


Law 2 




Dennis Murphree Ford 


Jackson 


Law I ; Kappa Alpha 




Mary Perry Ford 


Oxford 


Graduate 




Second Row: 




Arthur G. Foster 


Alexandria, Va. 


Graduate; Phi Kappa Theta 




Renaldo Franceshi 


Aquirre, Puerto Rico 


Law 3 




Lannon D. Franklin 


Denmark 


Graduate 




Sarah E. Furr 


Pontotoc 


Graduate; Delta Delta Delta 




Third Row: 




Robert C. Galloway 


Gulfport 


Law 1 ; Siqma Nu 




Sam Hooper Gammill 


Jackson 


Law 2 




Margaret K. Gartrell 


Nesbit 


Law 1 




Alexander B. Gates 


Sumner 


Law 1 




Fourth Row: 




Robert Lawrence Genin, Jr. 


Bay St. Louis 


Business 




John F. Gibson, Jr. 


Dermot, Ark. 


Law 1 




Don Oliver Gleason 


Dobbsville 


Law 1 ; Kappa Alpha 




John Grant Gourlay, Jr. 


Rosedale 


Law 2 




Fifth Row: 




William A. Gowan, Jr. 


Jackson 


Law 1 ; Kappa Aipha 




Hardy P. Graham 


Union City, Tenn. 


Graduate 




James Tyson Graham 


West Point 


Law 1 ; Alpha Tau Omeqa 




David M. Gray 


University 


Graduate 




Sixth Row: 




James H. Gray 


Tutwiler 


Graduate; Kappa Siqma 




Jennie E. Gray 


Marion, N.C. 


Graduate 




Vasilios T. Grymanis 


Athens, Greece 


Graduate 




Gretta H. Guyton 


Memphis, Tenn. 


Graduate 




Seventh Row: 




Nicholas McLeod Haas 


Picayune 


Law 3 




Madeline Hagstrom 


Pierson, Fla. 


Graduate; Alpha Delta Pi 




Bobby Wayne Hamblin 


Baldwyn 


Graduate 




Barbara Jean Hansen 


Grand Rapids, Mich. 


Graduate 




Eighth Row: 




Patrick Nicholas Harkins 


Jackson 


Law 2 




Joseph C. Hartley, Jr. 


Jackson 


Law 2; Pi Kappa Alpha 




Lee Luther Hasseltine, Jr. 


Corinth 


L.A.; Pi Kappa Alpha 




George C. Hayles 


Water Valley 


Graduate; Delta Kappa Epsilon 





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First Row: 

M. Paul Haynes, Jr. 

Law I ; Pi Kappa Alpha 
Walter Carey Hearn 

Graduate 
Scott Parker Hemleben 

Law I 
Walter Thomas Hendrix 

Law I 

Second Row: 

Samuel S. Henry 

Graduate 
Hartwell C. Herring, III 

Graduate 
Harry Pringle Hewes 

Law 3; Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Jerry F. Hiers 
Graduate 

Third Row: 

Larry F. Higginbotham 

Law I ; Sigma Chi 

Law I; Phi Delta Theta 
Elbert C. Hodge, Jr. 

Ross A. Hodge 

Law I 
Edward Douglas Hodo 

Graduate; Kappa Alpha 

Fourth Row: 

Robert A. Holder 

Graduate 
Alben Norris Hopkins 

Law 2 
Ruth B. Hopkins 

Graduate 
Shih Siu Hsu 

Fifth Row: 

Clyde G. Huggins, Jr. 
Law I 

Jessie Y. Humphreys 

Graduate; Delta Gamma 

David R. Hunt 

Law I 
Dannye L. Hunter 

Law 3 

Sixth Row: 

M. Michaelene Hylen 

Graduate 
John Wayne Jabour 

Graduate; Phi Kappa Psi 
Harold Stephen Jackson 

Law I 
Robert T. Jackson 

Law I 

Seventh Row: 

John Leonard Jeffries 

Law 3 
Meighan G. Johnson 

Graduate 
Horace Perry Jones 

Graduate 
Ransom P. Jones, III 

Law I 

Eighth Row: 

Bipinder Kumar Kakkar 

Graduate 
Pramod P. Karkhanis 

Graduate 
Bernard G. Keller, Jr. 

Graduate 
James D. King 

Graduate 



Baldwyn 

Potts Camp 

University 

Natchez 

Rocky Mount, N.C. 

Moss Point 

Gulfport 

Shreveport, La. 

Memphis, Tenn. 

Oxford 
Silver Springs 

University 

Crenshaw 

Walnut 

Walnut 

Taiwan, China 

Oxford 

Marianna, Ark. 

Lyon 

Morton 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 

University 

New Albany 

Hattiesburq 

Laurel 
Ocean Sprinqs 

Leland 
Ocean Sprinqs 

Faridabad, Punjab, India 

Bombay 28, India 

University 

Corning, Ark. 






306 



PROFESSIONALS 



First Row: 

James J. King 

Graduate 
Mary Louise King 

Graduate; Chi Omeqa 
Ogwen Lamar King 

Law I 
Victor N. Kingery 

Graduate 

Second Row: 

James W. Kitchens 

Law I 
Luther A. Knight, Jr. 

Graduate 
Sam Dove Knowlton 

Law 3; Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Hiroo Kodama 

Graduate 

Third Row: 

Thomas Hume Koehler, Jr. 

Graduate 
Volker Markus Krauss 

Law 2 

Michael J. Kur+a 

Graduate 

Don Preston Lacy 

Law 2 

Fourth Row: 

William W. Lamkin 

Law 2 
Howard Owen Leach 

Law 2; Pi Kappa Alpha 

Robert D. Lee 

Law 2 

Thomas Stewart Lee 
Law 2 



Brooklyn 

Dyersburq, Tenn. 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Illinois 

Crystal Sprinqs 

University 

Perthshire 

Hyogo Prefecture, Japan 

University 

Oberwinter, Germany 

Loraine, Ohio 

Jackson 

Yazoo City 

Carthaqe 

Natchez 

Forest 



Fifth Row: 




Bobbye H. Legan 


University 


Graduate 




Marshall Scottie Legan 


Louisville 


Graduate 




Larry Lee Lenoir 


Oxford 


Law 2 




Barbara Joan Lester 


Oxford 


Graduate 




Sixth Row: 




Carl Edwin Lewis 


Oxford 


Pharmacy 5 




Clayton Taylor Lewis 


Philadelphia 


Law 2 




Douglas B. Lewis 


Vicksburq 


Law 2; Phi Epsilon Pi 




John William Lewis 


Rosedale 



Pharmacy 5; Kappa Siqma 

Seventh Row: 

Ted P. Lewis 

Graduate 
Ernest B. Lipscomb, III 

Law 2; Phi Delta Theta 
Yuan Hu Liu 

Graduate 
Edward Posey Lobrano, Jr. 

Law 3; Kappa Siqma 

Eighth Row: 

Elliot Loden 

Law 3 
Chester Trent Lott 

Law 2; Siqma Nu 
Hugh Marshall Love 

Law I ; Siqma Alpha Epsilon 
William C. McClenahan 

Graduate; Kappa Alpha 



Brownsville, Tenn. 

Vicksburq 

Pinq Tunq, Taiwan, China 

Centreville 

Oxford 
Pascaqoula 
Yazoo City 

Newton 




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First Row: 

Robert E. McCormick 

Law I 

Michael A. McCready 

Graduate 
Sandra Kay McElwee 

Graduate; Chi Omega 
Larry Allan McFarlane 

Graduate 

Second Row: 

Larry Allan McFarlane 

Graduate 
Linda Scott McGuire 

Graduate 
Robert L. McHaney, Jr. 

Law 3 

George Sidney Mclngvale 

Law I 

Third Row: 

Charles A. Mcintosh, Jr. 

Law 2; Pi Kappa Alpha 
William A. McMahen 

Law I 
Edward Reed Mack, Jr. 

Graduate; Alpha Tau Omega 
James E. Macltey 

Graduate 

Fourth Row: 

Douglas MacArthur Magee 

Law 2; Phi Kappa Theta 
George Mann 

Graduate 
Clyde H. Mathews 

Graduate 
Nick Anthony Mavar, Jr. 

Law 2 

Fifth Row: 

Arthur Cinclair May 

Law 2; Pi Kappa Alpha 
Charles Michael Merkel 

Law 2; Sigma Chi 
Emory Hubert Miller 

Law I 
Richard Louis Miller 

Law 3 

Sixth Row: 

Robert Tillman Mills 

Law 3 
Carl Robert Montgomery 

Law 2; Sigma Chi 

Jene Williams Moore 

Graduate 

John R. Moore 

Graduate; Sigma Chi 

Seventh Row: 

William H. Mounger, Jr. 

Law I; Phi Delta Theta 

Jerrald Lee Nations 

Law 3; Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

Hugh L. Nichols, III 

Graduate; Delta Psi 
Ronald Alan Niemann 
Law 2; Sigma Pi 

Eighth Row: 

Ed Davis Noble, Jr. 

Law 2; Kappa Alpha 

Phillip Burl Noble 

Graduate; Siqma Chi 

Darrell Wade Nolen 

Graduate 
Arther Noriega, IV 

Graduate 



Oxford 

Monroe, La. 

Haynesville, La. 

Fresno, Calif. 

Fresno, Calif. 

Oxford 

West Point 

Hernando 

Meridian 

Union 

Tampa, Fla. 

Tupelo 

Mize 
Corning, Ark. 
Silver Springs 

Biloxi 

Meridian 

Montgomery 

New Orleans, La. 

Gulfport 

Moss Point 

Canton 

Benton, Ark. 

Holly Sprinqs 

Jackson 

Brookhaven 

Tchula 

Centralia, III. 

Fayette 

Jackson 

Corninq, Ark. 

Miami, Fla. 



308 



PROFESSIONALS 



First Row: 




Barbara K. Novak 

Graduate 


Clifton, N.J. 


Thomas Joseph Obeirne 

Law 2 


Natchez 


George A. Omas 

Graduate 


Biloxi 


James Morris O'Neal 

Graduate; Siqma Nu 


University 


Second Row: 




John S. Oswald, II 

Business; Phi Kappa Psi 


Syracuse, N.Y. 


Alvin Henry Overbeclt 

Graduate 


Iowa 


Robert T. Palma 

L.A.; Phi Kappa Theta 


Newark, N.J. 


Robert D. Peel 


Lonq Beach 


Law 1 




Third Row: 




Felix E. Perry 

Law 1 ; Siqma Chi 


Oxford 


James Brady Persons 
Law 2 


Jackson 


Ellen Pfister 
Law 3 


Billinqs, Mont. 


William Harden Pillow, Jr. 

Graduate 


Itta Bena 


Fourth Row: 




James Wesley Pinson 

Graduate 


Lucedale 


Narayanan Dasan Potti 

Graduate 


Vaikom Kerala, India 


Douglas Bailey Price 

Graduate 


Jackson 


Joseph M. Price 

Graduate 


Jackson 


Fifth Row: 




Benny Lee Pryor 

Law 1 


Webb 


Frieda Seu Quon 

Graduate 


Moorhead 


John P. Quon 

Graduate 


Moorhead 


William M. Rainey 
Law 1 


Macon 



Sixth Row: 

Thawat Raksil 

Graduate 
Edward C. Ratliff 

Graduate 
James Maynard Rawlinson 

Graduate 
JoAnn T. Reed 

Graduate 

Seventh Row: 

Johnie Newman Reese 

Graduate 

Harold W. Reid 

Law I 

William L. Reno, Jr. 

Pharmacy 5; Kappa Siqma 
Lige Homer Rich 
Graduate 

Eighth Row: 

Norma R. Robbins 

Graduate 
Connie Matloclc Roberts 

Graduate 
Fred F. Roberts, Jr. 

Law I ; Siqma Chi 
Frank A. Robertson 

Law 2 



Washinqton, D.C. 

Clinton 

Citronelle, Ala. 

Water Valley 

Jackson 

Lula 

Hazelhurst 

Stilwell, Okla. 

New Albany 

Malvern, Ark. 

University 

Columbia 




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First Row: 






Sammie J. Robinson 

Graduate 




Fulton 


Tommy Bott Rogers 
Law 2 




Collins 


Elmo Avery Rollins, Jr. 
Law 3 




Summit 


Scotty Rester Rosetti 

Law 2; Kappa Alpha 




Gulfport 


Second Row: 






John C. Ross, Jr. 

Law 1 ; Pi Kappa Al 


oha 


Booneville 


Lester L. Rowe, Jr. 

Law 1 




Memphis, Tenn. 


Danny Ray Roy 




Corinth 


Engineering; Sigma 


Nu 




Forrest D. Ruegger 
Law 1 




Areola 


Third Row: 






George Albert Rummel, 

L.A. 


III 


Columbus 


Stacy B. Russell 

Law 1 




Tupelo 


William O. Rutledge, III 

Law 1 ; Phi Delta Th 


eta 


New Albany 


Lynda M. Salloum 

Graduate 




Gulfport 


Fourth Row: 






Clyde F. Sartor, Jr. 

Graduate 




Water Valley 


Elliott E. Schlottman, Jr. 

Law 1 ; Sigma Chi 




University 


Robert Lee Seay 

Graduate 




Batesville 


Gene E. Sharp 

Graduate 




Chatsworth, III. 


Fifth Row: 






Edward Reese Sharpe 

Graduate 




Nesbitt 


James E. Shirley 
Graduate 




Yazoo City 


Ben B. Smith 

Law 1 




Water Valley 


Daniel B. Smith, Jr. 

Law 2; Phi Delta Th 


3ta 


Meridian 


Sixth Row: 






David Michael Smith 
Law 2 




Natchez 


Herman Guy Smith, Jr. 
Law 1 




Chiefland, Fla. 


Sarah A. Smith 
Graduate 




Sheffield, Ala. 


Thomas D. Smith 

Graduate; Alpha Tau Omega 


Oxford 



Seventh Row: 

Prakash Somani 

Graduate 
Oris Lesly Stanton 

Graduate 
Rosemary C. Stechsuhlte 

Graduate 
Rosemary C. Stephens 

Graduate 

Eighth Row: 

Joseph Joshua Stevens, Jr. 

Law 2; Kappa Alpha 
Robert E. Stewart 

Graduate 
Sherry Donald Storey 

Graduate; Alpha Omicron Pi 
Thomas Barrett Storey, Jr. 

Law 2 



Calcutta, India 

University 

Owosso, Mich. 

Memphis, Tenn. 

Macon 

Poplarville 
Oxford 
Oxford 



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PROFESSIONALS 



First Row: 

Howard Mattox Stroud 

Law I 
Mei Quey Su 

Graduate 
Aleita A. Magee Sullivan 

Law 3 
William Wyatt Sumrall 

Law I; Phi Delta Theta 

Second Row: 

Walter B. Swain, Jr. 

Law I 
Clayton J. Swanlt, III 

Law 3 
Chen-Nang Tai 

Graduate 

Robert D. Tapp 

Graduate; Delta Psi 

Third Row: 

Michael Byron Taylor 

Law I ; Alpha Tau Omeqa 

Richard S. Taylor 

Law I 
Landman J. Teller, Jr. 

Law 2 
Thomas Bernard Tenfelde 

Law 2; Delta Psi 

Fourth Row: 

Tsu C. Ten 

Graduate 
Champ Taylor Terney 

Law 3 
Frank S. Thackston 

Law I 
David Dee Thomas 

Law I 

Fifth Row: 

Ronald A. Thornton 

Pharmacy 5 
William E. Thurmond, Jr. 

Law 2; Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
John Merritt Tipton 

Law 3 
Thomas E. Toney 

Law I 

Sixth Row: 

John A. Travis, III 

Law 3: Phi Delta Theta 
Billy Buckley Trimble 

Law I : Sigma Chi 
Eugene C. Tullos 

Law I 
Charles S. Vail 

Law I 

Seventh Row: 

Jimmy Lloyd Valentine 

Graduate 
Robert Barry Vickery 

Law I ; Sigma Chi 

Kosta Nick Vlahos 

Law 2 

Carole E. Walker 

Graduate 

Eighth Row: 

Edmund J. Walker 

Law 2; Sigma Phi Epsilon 
Vermon M. Wallace 

Graduate 
James R. Walsh 

Law I 
Min Hue Wang 

Graduate 



Hattiesburq 

Taiwan, Free China 

Magee 

Laurel 

Leland 

Greenville 

Hsin-chu, Formosa 

Madisonville, Ky. 

Oxford 

Hartford, Ky. 

Vicksburq 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Taipei, Taiwan, China 

Greenville 

Oxford 

Duck Hill 

Jackson 
Lexington 

Natchez 
Batesville 

McComb 

Ruleville 

Raleigh 

Booneville 

University 

Houston 

Biloxi 

Oxford 





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Memphis, Tenn. 

Tainan, Taiwan, China 






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First Row: 




1 


Robert E. Ward 




Bastrop, La. 


Graduate 






Ruth Olene Ward 




Bastrop, La. 


Graduate 






Donald Wayne War 


field 


Madison, S.D. 


Graduate 






Gerald M. Warren 




Purvis 


Law I 






Second Row: 






James C. Watkins 




University 


Graduate 






Pat Harrison Watts, 


Jr. 


Kreole 



Wren Carroll Way 

Law 2; Kappa Siqma 
David Thomas Webb, Jr. 

Law 2 

Third Row: 

Robert A. Weems 

Law I 
William S. Weems 

Law I 
Cheng H. Wen 

Graduate 
Joseph T. Willcins, III 

Law I ; Sigma Chi 

Fourth Row: 

James Elliott Williams 

Law 2; Beta Theta Pi 
Roy Capps Williams 

Law I ; Siqma Nu 
James E. Williamson, Jr. 

Law 2 
Thomas Stout Wilson 

Graduate; Siqma Phi Epsilon 

Fifth Row: 

Robert Wayne Witt 

Graduate 
Larry W. Wood 

Law I ; Kappa Alpha 

Nancy L. Woo 

Graduate 
James Everette Woods 

Law 2; Siqma Alpha Epsilon 

Sixth Row: 

Mu-Sheng Wu 

Graduate 
William Gully Yates, Jr. 

Law 2; Siqma Chi 
Leonard Albert Young 

Law 3; Delta Kappa Epsilon 

Cheng Yuan 
Graduate 

Seventh Row: 

Doyle L. Pennington 

Graduate 
Larry Cunningham 

Law 3; Siqma Chi 



Greenwood 
Jackson 

Forest 

Forest 

Taipei, Taiwan, China 

New Albany 

Osyka 

Pascaqoula 

Mississippi City 

Arlinqton, Va. 

Scottsville, Ky. 

Jackson 

Belzoni 

Byhalia 

Kaohsiunq, Formosa, China 

Philadelphia 

Greenwood 

Taiwan, China 

University 
Booneville 



PROFESSIONALS 



First Row: 




Mary Elizabeth Aaron 


Sandersville 


Education 




Fred Gordon Abney 


Bay Springs 


Business; Kappa Alpha 




Fred Larry Abraham 


Clarksdale 


Business 




John Jasper Adams 


Vardaman 


Pharmacy 4 




Second Row: 




Howard Smith Ainsworth 


Florence, Ala. 


Business 




Eddie Gene Alcins 


Canton 


Business 




Martha Jean Aldridge 


Hattiesburq 


L.A. 




Elizabeth J. Alexander 


Fulton 


Education 




Third Row: 




Ermalene A. Alexander 


Oxford 


L.A. 




Virna Ruth Alexander 


Rolling Fork 


L.A.; Alpha Delta Pi 




Jane Elizabeth Allen 


Winona 


Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma 




June Marie Allen 


Toomsuba 


L.A. 




Fourth Row: 




Lee Nash Allen 


Tupelo 


Business 




Christian Allenburger, ill 


Gulfport 


L.A.; Phi Kappa Psi 




Richard Marvin Almond 


Memphis, Tenn. 


Business 




Carolyn E. Anderson 


Toone, Tenn. 


L.A.; Chi Omega 




Fifth Row: 




Anne Finlay Archer 


Greenville 


Education; Chi Omega 




Elzey Joe Arledge, Jr. 


Philadelphia 


Business; Sigma Phi Epsilon 




John Richard Arnold 


Yazoo City 


Pharmacy 4 




Richard Earl Atkins 


Corinth 


Business 




Sixth Row: 




Martha Jane Austin 


Memphis, Tenn. 


Education; Zeta Tau Alpha 




Curtis Proper Ayers, III 


Holly Springs 


Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega 




Robert G. Babyak 


Carmichaels, Penn. 


Business 




Robert A. Bailey 


Jackson 


Business; Kappa Alpha 




Seventh Row: 





Robert William Bailey 

Business; Phi Delta Theta 
Sam Harper Bailey 
L.A. 

Patricia Ann Baker 

Education; Alpha Omicron Pi 
William Ernest Baker 

Business; Phi Delta Theta 

Eighth Row: 

Annie Lavern Ball 

Education 
Elizabeth Ann Ballard 

L.A.; Alpha Delta Pi 
Genevieve McBee Barbour 

Education; Chi Omega 
Varis Barenis 

Business 



Memphis, Tenn. 

Marks 

Pascagoula 

Indianola 

Leaksville 

Tupelo 

Yazoo City 

Greenville 







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First Row: 






James Love Barlcsdale 

Business; Siqma Chi 


Jackson 


John Ward Barnes 

L.A.; Siqma Chi 


Memphis, Tenn. 


Barbara Ann Barnett 

L.A. 


Bay Sprinqs 


Clifford Edward J. Barnett 

Pharmacy 4; Siqma Nu 


Bay Sprinqs 




Second Row: 






James Robert Barr 


Oxford 




Business 






George R. Barrett 

Business 


Yazoo City 




Robert William Barton 

L.A.; Delta Psi 


Raymond 




Gary Francis Beaupre 

L.A. 


Gretna, La. 




Third Row: 






Fred Allen Bell 

Business; Sigma Chi 


Kosciusko 




Hudson Ford Bell 

Business; Phi Delta Theta 


Clarksdale 




Hugh Oliver Bell, Jr. 

Business; Siqma Alpha Epsilon 


Tampa, Fla. 




Josh Bowles Bell, III 


Hernando 




Business 






Fourth Row: 






Marshall Goodloe Bennett 

L.A.; Siqma Chi 


Tchula 




Carol Jeanne Bequette 

L.A.; Delta Gamma 


West Point 




George H. Bergold, Jr. 

Pharmacy 4; Phi Delta Theta 


McComb 




Melanie Patricia Bernard 

Education; Alpha Omicron Pi 


Lakewood, Ohio 




Fifth Row: 






Donna Ann Berry 

Education 


Picayune 




Donna Ann Berry 

Education 


Picayune 




Leonard Gene Bethards 


N. Miami, Fla. 




Engineerinq 






Mary Ann Biedenharn 

L.A.; Kappa Delta 


Vicksburq 




Sixth Row: 






Jane Jackson Bigger 

L.A.; Delta Delta Delta 


Marion, Ark. 




David Michael Biggs 

L.A.; Phi Kappa Psi 


Murrayville, III. 




John Henrilc Billing 


Waumatosa, Wis. 




Business 






Juanita L. Billingsley 

Education 


Senatobia 




Seventh Row: 






James Oliver Bishop 

L.A.; Siqma Nu 


West Point 




Carr Marion Black 

Business; Phi Delta Theta 


Jackson 




Aden Jack Blackledge, Jr. 

L.A. 


Waynesboro 




Jerry Holmes Blount 

L.A.; Siqma Phi Epsilon 


Jackson 




Eighth Row: 






Cheryl Bobbitt 

Education; Delta Gamma 


Rome 




William Joe Boggan 

L.A. 


Meadville 




Kimble Lee Bolen 


Booneville 


Business; Siqma Nu 




John William Bolich 

Engineering; Phi Delta Theta 


Wadsworth 





314 



SENIORS 






First Row: 

Judith Mary Boney 

Education; Alpha Omicron Pi 
Charles Sidney Boren 

Engineering; Delta Psi 
Douglas Brian Bosse 

Business; Siqma Phi Epsilon 
Robert Bennett Boswell 

Business; Alpha Tau Omeqa 

Second Row: 

James Randolph Bounds 

L.A. 
Ralph Truitt Bourn 

Pharmacy 4 
George Howard Boutwell 

Engineering 
Graham Gregory Boyd 

L.A.; Alpha Tau Omeqa 

Third Row: 

Jim Haber Boyd 

L.A. 

Mary Dianne Boyd 

L.A. 

David Emmett Boione, Jr. 

Pharmacy 4 
Andrew Gainey Branscome 

L.A.; Siqma Alpha Epsilon 

Fourth Row: 

James Clifton Branton 

Pharmacy 4 
Sedley Cameron Branton 

Pharmacy 4 
Robert Spencer Brenner 

Business; Beta Theta Pi 
Gloria C. Bright 

Education 

Fifth Row: 

William W. Brittingham 

Education; Pi Kappa Alpha 
Howard Lynn Britton 

Pharmacy 4 
Henry Donnie Brock 

L.A.; Kappa Sigma 
Richard William Brock 

L.A. 

Sixth Row: 

Ronny D. Brooks 

Pharmacy 4; Koppa Siqma 
Robert Paul Broom 

Business ; Siqma Pi 
Ernest Eliot Brown, III 

Business 
James Ticer Brown, Jr. 

Business; Siqma Phi Epsilon 

Seventh Row: 

Mary Amanda Brown 

L.A.; Delta Gamma 
Milton Drummond Brown 

Business; Siqma Phi Epsilon 
William Howard Brown, Jr. 

L.A.; Sigma Chi 
Cindy Kaye Browning 

L.A.; Delta Gamma 

Eighth Row: 

Douglas Albert Brownlee 

Pharmacy 4 
Charles B. Brumley, Jr. 

L.A. 
Richard Cohron Bryan, Jr. 

Business; Sigma Chi 
George Sumner Buck, III 

L.A. 



Northfield, N.J. 

Marietta 

Omaha, Neb. 

Jackson 

Clarksdale 

Jackson 

Laurel 

Yazoo City 

Glen Allen 

Memphis 

Oxford 

Canton 

Columbia 

Columbia 

Cleveland 

Pascaqoula 

Lewes, Del. 

Laurel 

Lexington 

Hornell, N.Y. 

Maqee 

Campbell, Mo. 

Natchez 

Ripley 

Jackson 

Kansas City, Mo. 

New Albany 

Pontotoc 

Heidelberq 

Corinth 

Belzoni 

Memphis, Tenn. 




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First Row: 

Guy Hartwell Bumpas, Jr. 

Business; Phi Delta Theta 
Mary Ann Burks 

Education; Alpha Omicron Pi 
Don Arthur Burleson 

Business 
Josephine C. Burns 

Education 

Second Row: 

Carl Denton Bush 

Business 
Tony M. Buster 

Pharmacy 4 
Sara Louise Butler 

L.A.; Chi Omeqa 
Margaret Alice Bynum 

Pharmacy 4; Alpha Omicron Pi 

Third Row: 

James Larry Byrd 

Pharmacy 4 
Robert Darryl Byrd 

L.A. 
Sarah Kathryn Caldwell 

L.A.; Kappa Delta 
Chester Morris Callahan 

Business 

Fourth Row: 

Diane B. Callender 

Business 

Eugene Joseph Calvasina 

LA. 

Russell Warren Calvert 

L.A. 

David Hardin Campbell 

L.A.; Alpha Tau Omeqa 

Fifth Row: 

Gerald Kent Campbell 

Education 

Bobby Joe Canup 

Business 
George P. Caridakis 

L.A. 

Mark Steven Carley 

Engineering 

Sixth Row: 

Ann S. Carothers 

Education 
Wayne Obrian Carpenter 

L.A. 

William Manuel Carpenter 

Business; Kappa Alpha 
Michael H. Carter, Jr. 

L.A.; Phi Delta Theta 

Seventh Row: 

Linda Massey Case 

Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Sarah Lynn Cashion 

Education; Alpha Delta Pi 
Martha Ann Chadwick 

Education; Kappa Delta 
Leonard M. Chamberlin 

L.A. 

Eighth Row: 

Richard Cullin Chambers 

L.A.; Delta Psi 
Anita O. Chandler 

L.A.; Chi Omega 
James Walter Chandler 

Business; Sigma Chi 
John Cecil Chevis, Jr. 

Business 



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University 

Dyersburq, Tenn. 

Pt. Allegany, Pa. 

Marks 

Clarksdale 

Heidelberq 

Jonestown 

Dermott, Ark. 

Lamar 

University 

Marks 

Corinth 

Tupelo 

Wilmington, Del. 

Cupentino, Calif. 

Memphis, Tenn. 

Clearwater, Fla. 

Tremont 

Clarksdale 

Hattiesburq 

Walnut 

Corinth 

Jackson 

Greenwood 

Brookhaven 

Belmont 

Jackson 

Maqnolia 

Ocean Sprinqs 

West Point 

Vicksburq 

Bay St Louis 



SENIORS 



First Row: 




John H. Chisholm, Jr. 


McCall Creek 


L.A. 




Michael Adam Chrestman 


Batesville 


Business; Siqma Phi Epsilon 




Edwin Chu 


Greenville 


Pharmacy 4 




Donald Merritt Clanton 


Coldwater 


Education 




Second Row: 




Susan Stevens Clark 


Gulfport 


Education; Delta Delta Delta 




Russell Victor Cobb, III 


Amory 


Pharmacy 4- Alpha Tau Omega 




Thomas Ley Cockrell 


Macon 


Education 




James Virgil Coggin, Jr. 


Corinth 


Business; Sigma Nu 




Third Row: 




Harold Sanford Cohen 


Clarksdale 


Business 




John Franklin Cole 


Hattiesburq 


Pharmacy 4 




Ronald Keith Cole 


Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 


L.A.; Sigma Phi Epsilon 




Jimmy Franklin Comer 


Fulton 


Education 




Fourth Row: 




Shelia Jean Conant 


Homewood, III. 


LA.- Kappa Kappa Gamma 




Cathy Diane Conner 


Ripley, Tenn. 


LA.; Kappa Delta 




Mary Bibb Cook 


West Point 


Pharmacy 4 




Prudence McFadden Cook 


University 


Education 




Fifth Row: 




John Gordon Corlew 


Pascagoula 


LA.- Siqma Nu 




Nancy Carolyn Coursey 


Raleigh 


L.A.; Delta Gamma 




Cecil Vester Cox, Jr. 


Marks 


Business 




James Thomason Cox 


Whitehaven, Tenn. 


LA.; Kappa Alpha 




Sixth Row: 




Sidney Anderson Cox 


Brandon 


L.A. 




David E. Crawley, III 


Kosciusko 


Business 




Richard Langford Crenshaw 


University 


Pharmacy 4 




Fred Chastain Cribbs 


Sumner 


Pharmacy 4; Sigma Chi 






Seventh Row: 

Thomas Eugene Cribbs 
L.A.- Sigma Chi 

Theresa Lee Cromeans 

L.A. 
Henry Thome Crosby 

L.A.; Siqma Chi 
Merrye Jan Crouch 

Education 

Eighth Row: 

John Dale Crow 

Business 
Lloyd Anthony Cuevas 

Education 
William M. Dalehite, Jr. 

L.A.- Pi Kappa Alpha 
Helen Elizabeth Daly 

Business 



Sumner 

Belmont 

Greenville 

Oxford 

Elaine, Ark. 

Bay St. Louis 

Jackson 

Grenada 



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First Row: 




Dorothy Ann Daniel 

Business 


Houlka 


Jo Adaire Daniel 

Education 


Jackson 


Lloyd Coppedge Daniel 

L.A. 


University 


William Jackson Daniel 
L.A.; Kappa Sigma 


Fulton 


Second Row: 




Frances Ann Davidson 

L.A. 


Nettleton 


Carl F. Davis 

Engineering; Delta Psi 


University 


Carolyn Faye Davis 

Education 


Hardy, Ark. 


Donnie Monroe Davis 

Business; Alpha Tau Omega 


Orlando, Fla. 


Third Row: 




Howard Quitman Davis, Jr. 

L.A.; Alpha Tau Omega 


Indianola 


Michael L. Davis 

Education; Pi Kappa Alpha 


Rienzi 


Paula Davis 

Education 


Lexington, Tenn. 


Robert Earl Davis 

Pharmacy 4; Sigma Phi Epsilon 


Jackson 


Fourth Row: 




Winston Robert Davis 
L.A. 


Jackson 


Linda Virginia Dean 

Education; Alpha Omicron Pi 


Kosciusko 


Michael Roy Dean 

L.A. 


Winter Park, Fla. 


Steven Kent Dear 

Business; Phi Delta Theta 


Jackson 


Fifth Row: 




James Davidson Deare 

L.A. 


Metairie, La. 


Suzanne M. Dedeaux 

Education 


University 


Sandra Eileen Dediego 
L.A. 


Tampa, Fla. 


Inmond Louis Deen, Jr. 

Education 


Ripley 


Sixth Row: 




Ligla Pilar Delgadillo 


Managua, Nicaragua 


Business 




Donald Arthur Deline 


Gautier 


Business; Sigma Nu 




Fred Kevin Delph 

Business; Alpha Tau Omega 


Bay St. Louis 


Ennis Paul Denham 

Pharmacy 4 


Laurel 


Seventh Row: 




Herbert Emille Dewees, Jr. 


Meridian 



L.A.; Kappa Alpha 
Oren William Dickins 

Business 
Merrill E. Diket. Jr. 

Pharmacy 4; Sigma Chi 
Hal Conn Dilworth, Jr. 

L.A. 

Eighth Row: 

John Evan Doggett 

Engineering; Sigma Chi 

Carlos Ray Dollar 

Engineering 

James Harold Douglas 

Pharmacy 4 
Lee Dell B. Dowdle 

Education 



Batesville 

Canton 

Jridgeton, Mo. 

Tupelo 

Maqee 

University 

Senatobia 



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SENIORS 



First Row: 


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Robert Wayne Dowdy 


Pontotoc 


Business 




Joan Elaine Downer 


Oxford 


Education; Delta Delta Delta 




Carl Eugene Drake 


Vicksburq 


Business: Kappa Siqma 




John Allen Dubard 


Oxford 


LA.- Siqma Alpha Epsilon 




Second Row: 




Dale Lee Duckworth 


Jackson 


Business 




Joseph W. Duckworth, Jr. 


Oxford 


Pharmacy 4 




Nancy Carol Duncan 


Tylertown 


Education: Kappa Kappa Gamma 




Harold Eugene Dunn 


Ocean Sprinqs 


L.A. 




Third Row: 




Robert Dennis Eavenson 


Marks 


Education 




R. Lee Edmondson, Jr. 


Hattiesburq 


L.A. 




George Ronald Edwards 


Summit 


Pharmacy 4; Alpha Tau Omega 




James S. Edwards 


Amory 


L.A.; Kappa Alpha 




Fourth Row: 




Edwin Eggen 


University 


Engineering 




John Carl Einhaus 


Jackson 


Pharmacy 4 




Barbara Ann Elder 


Moss Poinr 


Business 




Elissa Ann Ellington 


Pascaqoula 


L.A. 




Fifth Row: 




Joe 1. Elliott, Jr. 


Water V 


Edocatic n 




Susan Gwendolyn Ellzey 


Tylertown 


Education: Phi Mu 




Joseph David Elmore 


Oxford 


Education 




Dcnna Ruth Else 


Yazoo City 


L.A.: Zeta Tau Alpha 




Sixth Row: 




Herman Donald Estes 


Natchez 


Business 




Priscilla Gay Etter 


Fort Worth, Texas 


Education 




Diane Breedlove Eubanks 


Batesville 


Pharmacy 4 




James W. Eubanks, Jr. 


Batesville 


Pharmac . 4 




Seventh Row: 




Donnie Herbert Evans 


Vaiden 


L.A. 




Margaret Devane Fair 


Louisville 


LA.; Delta Delta Delta 




John Thomas Faloon 


Clarksdale 


L.A. 




Jerry Dale Fancher 


Belmont 


Business 




Eighth Row: 




Bonnie Eva Farr 


Cleveland 


Education; Phi Mu 




Saranne Feemster 


Tupelo 


L.A.; Delta Gamma 




Donna Mae Ferguson 


Poplar Bluff, Mo. 


L.A. 




Joseph Paul Fillare 


Allendale, N.J. 


B..;ire5S- Phi Kappa Theta 








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Christy Richards Finite 


Charleston 


Business 




Gerald Lee Fitzgerald 


McComb 


L.A. 




George Shea Flinn, Jr. 


Memphis, Tenn. 


Engineering; Sigma Nu 




Carroll Leslie Flowers 


Meadville 


Business; Sigma Nu 




Second Row: 




Charles Harry Flowers 


Mattson 


Business 




Martha Ross Floyd 


New Orleans, La. 


L.A.; Pi Beta Phi 




Tom Sledge Floyd 


Como 


Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon 




Claude Eugene Foote 


Picayune 


L.A.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon 




Third Row: 




Ray Larry Fornea 


Foxworth 


Pharmacy 4; Kappa Sigma 




James W. Fortner 


Laurel 


L.A.; Kappa Sigma 




Elizabeth M. Foster 


Vicksburg 


Education; Kappa Delta 




Patricia D. Fouche 


Yazoo City 


Education 




Fourth Row: 




Rebecca Ann Fowler 


Jackson 


Business; Delta Gamma 




Larry Irby Fox 


Buckatunna 


Pharmacy 4 




Charles Carter Fraley, Jr. 


Macon 


Business 




Sarah B. Franklin 


Union 


Pharmacy 4; Alpha Delta Pi 




Fifth Row: 




George Thomas Fuqua 


Batesville 


Business 




Bonnie Kay Furnas 


Elmhurst, N.Y. 


L.A.; Kappa Kappa Gamma 




Louise Michele Gardner 


Senatobia 


Business; Delta Delta Delta 




Sarah Elizabeth Garner 


Hernando 


L.A. 




Sixth Row: 




Gayle Louise Garth 


Jackson 


Education; Delta Gamma 




John Wesley Gary, III 


Eupora 


Business; Sigma Chi 




Joseph S. Garzilt, Jr. 


Southern Pines, N.C. 


L.A.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon 




Henry Martin Gastrell, III 


Vicksburg 


Engineering; Phi Delta Theta 





Seventh Row: 

Ruth Ann Gean 

L.A. 
Charles W. Geiselman, Jr. 

Pharmacy 4 

John Francis Geisler 

Engineering 

George Stratford Gennin 
L.A. 

Eighth Row: 

Lucy Sparrow Gerhart 
L.A.; Chi Omega 

Jo Guyton Gerrard 

Eighth Row: 

William Jason Gibson 
Pharmacy 4 

George Y. Gillespie, III 

L.A.; Delta Psi 



Oxford 

Greenwood 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Tylertown 

Jackson 

Marks 

University 

Greenwood 



SENIORS 



First Row: 




Henri Etta Gillingham 
L.A. 


Tupelo 


William Shelton Gillis 


Batesville 


Business; Siqma Nu 




Cole Brittain Gober 
L.A. 


Jackson 


Thomas W. Goldman, Jr. 

L.A. 


Meridian 


Second Row: 




Kung Woo Gong, Jr. 


Boyle 


Business 




Yvonne H. Gordon 

Education 


Batesville 


Miriam Susan Goza 

Education; Chi Omeqa 


Rosedale 


Phyllis Eloise Grant 

Business; Alpha Omicron Pi 


Memphis, Tenn. 


Third Row: 




Larry Lloyd Grantham 

Business; Alpha Tau Omeqa 


Grenada 


Janice Owen Graves 

L.A. 


Metairie, La. 


Jerry Thomas Graves 


McCrory, Ai It. 


Business 




John Barrett Green 

Business; Phi Delta Theta 


Franklinton, La. 


Fourth Row: 




Janet Ann Griffin 

Education; Delta Delta Delta 


Meridian 


Robert L. Grobmyer 

Education 


Memphis, Tenn. 


Floyd Abram Groves 

L.A. 


Kelseyville, Calif. 


William Carl Gunn 

Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon 


Marianna, Fla. 


Fifth Row: 




Gerald Goodwin Gunter 


Abbeville 


Business 




Stuart T. Guttman 

L.A. 


Chicaqo, III. 


David Lee Guyton 

L.A.; Siqma Chi 


Jackson 


Dolores Dross Haig 

Education; Alpha Omicron Pi 


Milwaukee, Wis. 


Sixth Row: 




William Andrew Hailey 


Crowder 


Business 




Anthony Earl Hale 


Falcon 


Business; Siqma Nu 




Suzanne Haley 

L.A.; Delta Delta Delta 


Columbus 


Billy Don Hall 


Memphis, Tenn. 


Business 





Seventh Row: 

Donald George Hall 

L.A.; Kappa Siqma 
John Travis Hall 

Pharmacy 4 

Robert Andrews Ham 
L.A. 

Donald Daniel Hamachek, Jr. 

Business; Pi Kappa Alpha 

Eighth Row: 

Barbara Schmidt Hankins 

Education 
Kayle Ellen Hankins 

Education; Delta Gamma 
Ronald Vincent Hanna 

Business; Phi Kappa Theta 
Regina Claud Hardin 

Business; Delta Gamma 



Buffalo, N.Y. 

Nettleton 

University 

Memphis, Tenn. 

Jackson 

Taylorsville 

Donora, Pa. 

Pontotoc 





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First Row: 




Deborah Ann Harlcins 

Education 


Marshall, Texas 


William Betts Harlan 

Pharmacy 4; Sigma Phi Epsilon 


University 


Lindsay Hale Harp 

Engineering; Beta Theta Pi 


Mayfield, Kentucky 


Griffin Holmes Harrell 
Business; Sigma Nu 


Memphis, Tenn. 


Second Row: 




Frank Whitaker Harrington 

Business; Sigma Chi 


Aberdeen 


Barbara Harris 

L.A.; Delta Delta Delta 


Jackson 


Jan Harris 

Education; Kappa Delta 


Vicksburg 


Marilyn Frances Harris 

Education; Delta Gamma 


St. Petersburg, Fla. 


Third Row: 




Nancy Jane Harris 

L.A.; Alpha Delta Pi 


Tupelo 


Sandra Jane Harrison 

LA. 


Bruce 


Jean Alice Hartley 
Education 


Jackson 


James C. Hartsfield, Jr. 
L.A. 


Oxford 


Fourth Row: 




Roseann Elizabeth Harwood 

Education; Kappa Delta 


Gulfport 


Robert E. Hauberg 

L.A.; Beta Theta Pi 


Jackson 


Cullum Jefferson Heard 

Pharmacy 4 


Biloxi 


Patrick Richard Hecker 

Pharmacy 4 


Southaven 


Fifth Row: 




Wallace Eugene Heggie 

Business; Sigma Nu 


Grenada 


Harry Bradley Heitzman 

L.A. 


Biloxi 


Anna Evellyn Hemer 

L.A.; Phi Mu 


Biloxi 


Willis Walley Henderson 
Pharmacy 4 


Richton 


Sixth Row: 




David Berch Henry 

Business; Sigma Phi Epsilon 


Gulfport 


Tares John Herbowy 

Education 


Utica, N.Y. 


Kathryn Healy Hester 

L.A.; Kappa Kappa Gamma 


Jackson 


Billy John Hill 
L.A. 


Pensacola, Fla. 


Seventh Row: 




Raymond Carl Hill 


West Helena, Ark. 


Business 




Arnold Himelstein 


Moorhead 


Business 




Ben Terry Hinton 


Greenwood 


Business 




Joe Lloyd Hinton 

Pharmacy 4 


Richton 



Eighth Row: 

Jo Currie Dent Hodge 

L.A. 
Franklin Wayne Hodges 

Pharmacy 4 
Michael Frederick Hodgson 

Business 
Larry Eugene Holder 

Pharmacy 4; Alpha Tau Omega 



Birmingham, Ala. 

Leakesville 

Yazoo City 

Meadville 



322 



SENIORS 



First Row: 




Clarence Lee Holley 


Olive Branch 


Pharmacy 4; Alpha Tau Omeqa 




Miller Payne Holmes, Jr. 


Yazoo City 


Business; Siqma Alpha Epsilon 




Norman Richard Holstein 


Miami, Fla. 


Education 




Edwin Love Holt 


Memphis, Tenn. 


Business: Phi Delta Theta 




Second Row: 




George Hardin Homich 


Oxford 


Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon 




Jack Wade Hood 


Donaldsonville, La. 


L.A.; Siqma Pi 




Jeffrey Edison Hood 


Huntinqton, W.Va. 


Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon 




Kay Carole Hood 


Jackson 


Business 




Third Row: 




William Clayton Hopper, Jr. 


Horn Lake 


L.A. 




Carrol D. Horn, Jr. 


Maqee 


Pharmacy 4 




Lynda Mcalpin Horn 


Maqee 


Education 




Edward Joseph Horvath 


Columbus AFB 


L.A. 




Fourth Row: 




Sandra Kay Houston 


Booneville 


Education; Delta Delta Delta 




Noble Owen Hovater 


Tuscumbia, Ala. 


Business; Pi Kappa Alpha 




Ernest Ernwin Howard 


Vicksburq 


Business; Siqma Chi 




Keith Gordon Howell 


Hattiesburn 


Enqineerinq 




Fifth Row: 




Alcus Ray Hudson 


Sumrall 


Pharmacy 4 




Ann Broome 


Prentiss 


L.A. 




Charles Albritton Hudson 


H ; pkinsville, Ky. 


Business 




Daniel Clyde Hughes, Jr. 


Macon 


Business: Siqma Chi 




Sixth Row: 




Edwin C. Humphreys, III 


Tylertown 


Business 




Hervey M. Hunter 


Lucedale 


Pharmacy 4 




George Gibson Hurst 


Hattiesburq 


Pharmacy 4 




Winn Varnon Hutchcraft 


Paris, Ky. 


Business: Delta Psi 




Seventh Row: 




Thomas Hudson Idema 


Battle Creek, Mich. 


Business 




Marilyn Ruth Ingram 


Richton 


Business; Alpha Omicron Pi 




Linda Dorothy Ingrassia 


Mississippi City 


L.A.; Alpha Omicron Pi 




Michael Lundie Inmon 


Oxford 


Engineering 




Eighth Row: 




Frank Melsheimer Irby 


Vicksburq 


L.A.- Siqma Nu 




Carey Marvin Jackson 


McComb 


Enqineerinq 




Edwin Leon Jackson 


Houston, Texas 


L.A.; Phi Kappa Psi 




Jimmy Smith Jackson 


Canton 


Pharmacy 4; Kappa Sigma 







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First Row: 

Jimmy Smith Jackson 

Pharmacy 4; Kappa Sigma 
Jesse Earl Jacobs 

Education 
Linda Jacobs 

Education; Alpha Omicron Pi 
Sandra Anne James 

L.A.; Kappa Delta 

Second Row: 

William Byrd James 

L.A. 

Herbert M. Jameson 

Business 
Bruce Cranford Jayne 

L.A.; Alpha Tau Omega 
Walton Ray Jenkins 

Pharmacy 4 

Third Row: 

Bennie Fant Johnson 

Business 
Dorothy Fay Johnson 

L.A.; Delta Gamma 
James Howard Johnson 

Business; Pi Kappa Alpha 
Kathleen Johnson 

Education 

Fourth Row: 

Martha Lynetfe Johnson 

L.A. 

Paul Hayne Johnson 

Business; Phi Delta Theta 
Russell A. Johnson 

Business; Sigma Chi 
Barbara Atherton Jones 

Education 

Fifth Row: 

David Allan Jones 

L.A. 
Dorothy Duncan Jones 

L.A.; Delta Delta Delta 
Emory Davis Jones 

Education 
Fern Virginia Jones 

Business; Pi Beta Phi 

Sixth Row: 

Frank Wilder Jones 

Engineering 
Fredric E. Jones 

Pharmacy 4 
George E. Jones, Jr. 

Pharmacy 4 
James Vanoy Jones, Jr. 

Education 

Seventh Row: 

James William Jones, III 

Education 
Jennifer Helen Jones 

L.A.; Kappa Kappa Gamma 
John Nathaniel Jones 

L.A. 
Mary Launa Jones 

Education; Chi Omega 

Eighth Row: 

Roger Tilden Jones 

Pharmacy 4; Kappa Sigma 
Sydney Lundy Jones 

Pharmacy 4; Kappa Sigma 
Thomas Franklin Jones 

Business 
Albert Jue 

Pharmacy 4 



Canton 

Meridian 

Deland, Fla. 

McComb 

Grenada 

Germantown, Tenn. 

Jackson 

Sallis 

Jackson 

Forest 

Laurel 

Brownwood, Texas 

University 

Jackson 

Tampa, Fla. 

Batesville 

Williston, Fla. 

Inverness 

luka 

Grenada 

Meridian 

Grenada 

West Point 

Ellisville 

Macon 

San Anton'o, Texas 

Tupelo 

Clarksdale 

Starkvil le 

Starkville 
University 
Indianola 



324 



SENIORS 



First Row: 




George Henry Jue 


Clarksdale 


Pharmacy 4 




James Street! Kaigler 


Clarksdale 


Business 




Sandra Rae Keffer 


Montgomery, Ala. 


L.A. 




James Harold Key 


Batesville 


L.A. 




Second Row: 




Claude Arthur Kibble 


Oxford 


Pharmacy 4 




Martin A. Kilpatrick 


Hollandale 


L.A.; Alpha Tau Omega 




Phyl Jane Kimball 


Raymond 


Education; Kappa Delta 




Frank Manning Kinard, Jr. 


University 


Education 




Third Row: 




James Robert King 


Gideon, Mo. 


Education 




William Vance Kirby 


Greenwood 


L.A.; Pi Kappa Alpha 




James R. Kliesch 


Orange, Texas 


L.A. 




James Wayne Knight 


University 


Pharmacy 4 




Fourth Row: 




Lenore C. Koehler 


Towson, Md. 


L.A. 




Donald Franklin Koen 


Oxford 


Pharmacy 4; Sigma Nu 




Guy C. Kraus 


Pass Christian 


L.A. 




Paul K. Lackey, Jr. 


Jackson 


L.A.; Kappa Alpha 




Fifth Row: 




Arthur Allen Lacy 


Laurel 


L.A. 




Claude Julius Ladner 


Gulfport 


Engineering 




Heber A. Ladner 


Jackson 


L.A.; Phi Delta Theta 




Raymond Paul Laduc 


Utica, N.Y. 


L.A.; Kappa Sigma 




Sixth Row: 




Kathryn Evan Lamar 


Lambert 


Education; Delta Gamma 




Ronald William Lamey 


Leakesville 


Pharmacy 4 




Elizabeth Anne Lane 


Wiggins 


Education; Delta Gamma 




Jean Francis Larroux 


Bay St. Louis 


L.A.; Kappa Sigma 





Seventh Row: 

Mary Jo Latham 

Business 
William Larry Latham 

Business; Alpha Tau Omega 
Rosemary Latimer 

L.A.; Kappa Delta 
Andy Paul Lawhon 

Business; Sigma Nu 

Eighth Row: 

Billy Ray Lea 

Pharmacy 4 
Pamela Ann Leach 

L.A.; Alpha Omicron Pi 
A. J. Lee 

Engineering; Delta Psi 
Joseph Beauregard Lee, III 

Business; Alpha Tau Omega 



Hollandale 
Grenada 
Okolona 

. . Tupelo 

Oxford 

Du Ouoin, III. 

Aberdeen 

Grenada 









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Robert Edward Lee, Jr. 

Business; Pi Kappa Alpha 




Laurel 


Van Ellis Lee 

Pharmacy 4; Delta Kappa Epsilon 




Bastrop, La. 


Treva Anne Leggett 

L.A.; Alpha Omicron Pi 


Memphis, Tenn. 


Betty Boyd Leonard 

Education; Delta Gamma 




Kosciusko 


Second Row: 






Jimmie Micajah Lessley 

Pharmacy 4 




Woodville 


Garner Wallace Lester 

L.A.; Pi Kappa Alpha 




Jackson 


William Edward Lester 

L.A. 




Oxford 


John Howell Lewis 

Pharmacy 4 




Holly Bluff 


Third Row: 






Lynda Rhodes Lewis 

Education 




Philadelphia 


Waite Edward Ligon, III 

Business; Delta Psi 




Clarksdale 


John Stanley Lile 

Education 




Amory 


Dale Conn Lingle 

Pharmacy 4; Phi Kappa Psi 


Crystal Sprinqs 


Fourth Row: 






Nancy Bauer Linlcroum 
LA.; Pi Beta Phi 


Coral 


Gables, Fla. 


Angelo Demetrios Liollio 




Greenwood 


Business 






John Maxey Lippincott 

L.A.; Beta Theta Pi 




Scobey 


Earle Floyd Lipscomb 

L.A.; Phi Delta Theta 




Jackson 


Fifth Row: 






William Beck Lipscomb 

Business; Beta Theta Pi 




Jackson 


Jamie Ray Little 




Jackson 


Business 






Marianna Littlejohn 

Business; Delta Gamma 




West Point 


John David Lobue 

L.A. 


H 


ammond, La. 


Sixth Row: 






Brenda Leo Lokey 


A 


marillo, Texas 


Business; Kappa Kappa Gamma 






John Tillman Lomax, Jr. 

L.A.; Alpha Tau Omega 




Waynesboro 


Betty J. Long 

Education 




Tupelo 


John Thomas Longino, III 

Business; Phi Delta Theta 




Jonestown 


Seventh Row: 






Ben Crawford Lott 
Pharmacy 4 




Tylertown 


Joseph Edward Lotterhos 

Business; Kappa Alpha 


C 


ystal Sprinqs 


Adele Robertha Love 

Education 




Florence 


Van Alvin Lucas 




Newton 


Business; Siqma Nu 







Eighth Row: 

Ignatius S. Luckett, Jr. 

L.A.; Kappa Alpha 
Phil Maurice McAllister 

Pharmacy 4 
Jerry Charles McAnally 

L.A. 
Lewis Raymond McCaffrey 

'harmacy 4 



SENIORS 



Clarksdale 

Oxford 

Belmont 

Boque Chitto 



First Row: 

Joseph Coffee McCarty 

L.A.; Alpha Tau Omeqa 
Joe Barry McCaskill 

Pharmacy 4 
Paul H. McClellan, Jr. 

Pharmacy 4 

Peggy McClure 

Education: Pi Beta Phi 

Second Row: 

Barbara Lambert McCollum 

Education 
Harry Edward McCollum, Jr. 

Pharmacy 4; Alpha Tau Omeqa 

Joe Don McCorlcle 

Engineering; Delta Psi 
Henry Allen McCrory 

Pharmacy 4 

Third Row: 

Margaret Ann McCully 

Business; Delta Gamma 
Clarence Albert McDaniel 

L.A. 
Frank Logan McDonald, Jr. 

L.A.; Phi Delta Theta 
Judith Gail McDonald 

Education 

Fourth Row: 

Karen Lee McDonald 

Education 
Paul McDonald, Jr. 

Education 
Sarah Weems McDonnell 

Business; Kappa Delta 
Marcia Ann McDuff 

L.A.; Kappa Kappa Gamma 

Fifth Row: 

Carolyn Ann McElwain 

L.A.; Delta Gamma 
Connie Cross McElwain 

Engineering 
John Warren McGehee 

Pharmacy 4; Kappa Sigma 
William T. McGlathery, III 

Business; Phi Delta Theta 

Sixth Row: 

Corwin Lee McKay 

Education 
Alexander F. McKeigney 

L.A.; Sigma Chi 
William S. McKeithen, II 

Pharmacy 4 
William Lucas McMullen, Jr. 

L.A.; Delta Kappa Epsilon 

Seventh Row: 

Coralee McNeely 

Education 
Thomas Darrell McNeese 

Business; Sigma Chi 
Hosea S. McNew, Jr. 

Business 
Donald Reid McPherson, II 

L.A.; Kappa Alpha 

Eighth Row: 

Thomas Alan McRay 

Business 
Michael Thomason McRee 

Engineering; Kappa Alpha 
Ramzi Jubran Maaya 

Pharmacy 4 
James Stewart MacDonald 

Business; Alpha Tau Omega 



Jackson 

University 

Laurel 

Shreveport, La. 

Dallas 

Clinton 

Vaiden 

Montrose 

Jackson 

Mississippi City 

Clarksdale 

Metairie, La. 

Arlinqton, Va. 

Arlington, Va. 

Hazlehurst 

Hattiesburg 

Fa I k n e r 

Falkner 

McComb 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Jackson 

Philadelphia 

Brookhaven 

Oxford 

Columbia 

Batesville 

Williamsburq, Va. 

Little Rock, Ark. 

Greenville 

Gate City, Va. 

Oxford 









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First Row: 




Craig Alan MacKenzie 


Leland, Mich. 


L.A.; Phi Kappa Psi 




William Percy Malone 


Rosedale 


Pharmacy 4 




George William Manifold 


University 


LA.; Alpha Tau Omeqa 




James Albert Mann 


Pope 


Pharmacy 4 




Second Row: 




Dick Hall Marchbanks 


Oxford 


Business; Siqma Nu 




Linda Adele Marlin 


Dorsey 


Business; Pi Beta Phi 




Anne Lillian Marlow 


Memphis, Tenn. 


Education 




Donald Grayson Martin 


Emporia, Va. 


Education; Kappa Sigma 




Third Row: 




Rodney Anthony Mattina 


Biloxi 


Business 




Sam Joseph Mavar, Jr. 


Biloxi 


Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon 




Jo Ann Maxcy 


Red Bay, Ala. 


Education 




John L. Maxey, Jr. 


New Albany 


L.A.; Siqma Chi 




Fourth Row: 




Robert Leslie Mays 


Ripley 


Pharmacy 4; Siqma Nu 




Alfred Lamar Meador, Jr. 


Gulfport 


Business; Pi Kappa Alpha 




Susan Jane Meason 


Natchez 


L.A.; Kappa Delta 




Kachy Louie Melikian 


Indian Orchard, Mass. 


Business 




Fifth Row: 




Martha Clark Mellon 


Bolton 


Education; Delta Delta Delta 




Floyd M. Melton, Jr. 


Greenwood 


Business; Phi Delta Theta 




Judith Anne Merriott 


Stamford, Texas 


Education 




Norval George Metcalf 


Alexandria, Va. 


Business; Siqma Alpha Epsilon 





Sixth Row: 

John Stephen Metz Memphis, Tenn. 

L.A.; Siqma Alpha Epsilon 
Robert Joe Metz University 

Business; Kappa Alpha 
Lattimore M. Michael Rosedale 

Business; Kappa Alpha 
Charles Davis Miles Columbus 

L.A. 

Seventh Row: 

William Richard Millard West Point 

L.A. 
Clair H. Miller, Jr. Bridqeton, N.J. 

Business; Siqma Pi 
Paul Oscar Miller, III Butler, Ala. 

Business; Beta Theta Pi 
Gwen Ann Mills Jackson 

L.A.; Chi Omeqa 

Eighth Row: 

Sherry Elaine Mills Moorhead 

Education; Alpha Omicron Pi 
Ronald Albert Milner Dunmore, Pa. 

Enqineerinq; Alpha Tau Omega 
Marvin Taylor Mims Greenwood 

Business 
Samuel Cochran Mims, IV Itta Bena 

Business 



328 



SENIORS 



First Row: 




James Clyde Mingee, III 


Natchez 


Business 




Carolyn E. Mitchell 
L.A. 


Paragould, Ark. 


Ronald Arthur Mitchell 

Pharmacy 4 


Shreveport 


Flo Jean Cobb Mixon 

Education 


Lambert 


Second Row: 




Terrence B. Mohr 


Englewood, Ohio 


Business 




Gerrard Wayne Monroe 

L.A. 


Ouitman 


Mary R. Montgomery 

Education; Delta Delta Delta 


Jackson 


Thomas R. Montgomery 

Pharmacy 4; Siqma Chi 


Bruce 


Third Row: 




Floyd E. Moore, Jr. 

Business; Sigma Phi Epsilon 


Marietta 


James Ryan Moore 

L.A. 


Pascagoula 


Patricia Anne Moore 

Business; Delta Delta Delta 


Senatobia 


William James Moore 
L.A. 


Clearwater, Fla. 


Fourth Row: 




Mary Martha Morehead 

Education; Delta Delta Delta 


Wesson 


Bettye Jean Morgan 


Bruce 


Engineering 




Bobby Ray Morgan 

Pharmacy 4 


University 


George Terrell Morgan 


Columbia 


Pharmacy 4 




Fitth Row: 




Samuel Ross Morgan 


Biloxi 


Business 




W. Joy Morgan 

Education; Phi Mu 


Sunflower 


Medley Charroll Morris 

Education 


Raymond 


Thomas Dudley Morrow 

Pharmacy 4 


Calhoun City 


Sixth Row: 




John Therrell Moss 


Laurel 


Pharmacy 4; Sigma Nu 




John Randall Mott 

Pharmacy 4; Sigma Chi 


Mendenhall 


Mary Evonne Mullen 

Education; Phi Mu 


Jackson 


Buford Coleman Murphree 

Engineering; Sigma Chi 


Tunica 


Seventh Row: 




Roberta J. Murphy 

L.A.; Alpha Omlcron Pi 


Gulfport 


William R. Murphy 

Education 


Henderson, Ky. 


James Lynn Murray 

Pharmacy 4 


Meadville 


Edward Louis Naro 

L.A.; Phi Kappa Psi 


Groton, Conn. 


Eighth Row: 




Jonathon Michael Nash 


North Little Rock, Ark. 


Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega 




Christopher Lagrone Neal 

L.A. 


Clarksdale 


George Rives Neblett 

LA.; Phi Delta Theta 


Shelby 


Andrea Jo Nelms 


Corinth 


Pharmacy 4 







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First Row: 

Janet Lee Nelson 

Education; Chi Omeqa 
Michael Leroy Nelson 

Business; Sigma Chi 
David George Neri 

Business 
Jo Ellen Nettles 

Pharmacy 4; Alpha Omicron Pi 

Second Row: 

Gerald Emmitt Newell 

Education 
William L Nicholas 

Business; Sigma Phi Epsilon 
Charles Ray Nix 

Pharmacy 4 
Ida Kathryn Nix 

L.A.; Delta Gamma 

Third Row: 

Catherine Adair Noah 

Education; Delta Gamma 
Lynne Diane Northup 

Education 
Frederick M. Nosef 

L.A.; Pi Kappa Alpha 
Charles Richard Nute 

Education 

Fourth Row: 

David Francis Oglesbee 

Education 
John Edward Olson 

L.A. 
Clifton Earl Osborn 

Education 
Massie Charles Pacchione 

Business 

Fifth Row: 

Elmer Carl Palm 

Engineering 
Walter Herbert Palmer 

Pharmacy 4; Phi Kappa Psi 
William Judson Palmer, II 

L.A.; Sigma Pi 
Alan Mixon Parker 

L.A.; Sigma Nu 

Sixth Row: 

Bob King Parks 

Pharmacy 4; Alpha Tau Omega 

Elizabeth Ann Parks 

L.A.; Kappa Delta 
Sandra B. Parks 

Business 
William B. Parsons 

Business; Kappa Alpha 

Seventh Row: 

Patrick Joseph Pasco 

L.A.; Phi Kappa Psi 
William Dee Pate 

Business; Sigma Pi 

Shantilal C. Patel 

Engineering 

Patricia S. Patton 

Education 

Eighth Row: 

William Chester Patton 

Pharmacy 4 
Joe Randol Patty 

L.A.; Kappa Sigma 

Patty Dee Pauley 

Education; Pi Beta Phi 
Lucy Lee Payne 

L.A.; Delta Delta Delta 



Cincinnati, Ohio 

Kosciusko 

St. Charles, III. 

Brandon 

Meridian 

Oxford 

Jackson 

Sardis 

Kosciusko 

Tinley PL, III. 

Clarksdale 

Shaw 

Pascaqoula 

Armory 

Tishomingo 

Glenside, Pa. 

Mononqahela, Pa. 

Meridian 

Pascagoula 

Hattiesburq 

Philadelphia 

Philadelphia 

Jackson 

New Orleans, La. 

University 

Hayti, Mo. 

Avidha, Gujarat, India 



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Jackson 

Pikeville, Ky. 

Clarksdale 



330 



SENIORS 



First Row: 




Shirley V. Payne 


Brandon 


Education; Delta Delta Delta 




Ethel Ann Pearson 


Jackson, Tenn. 


Education; Alpha Omicron Pi 




Johnny Burns Peebles 


Philadelphia 


Pharmacy 4 




Jon Griffin Pennebaker 


Edwards 


Education 




Second Row: 




James William Pennington 


Sumner 


L.A. 




Ronald Giles Peresich 


Biloxi 


Business 




George W. Petering 


Lake Wales, Fla. 


L.A.; Phi Kappa Psi 




Dorothy Jean Petkovsek 


Natchez 


Business 




Third Row: 




Andrew John Phay 


University 


L.A.; Alpha Tau Omeqa 




Cary Alton Phillips 


Vicksburg 


Business; Sigma Nu 




Lars Ole Phillips 


Bay St. Louis 


Engineering; Kappa Sigma 




Martha Rives Phillips 


Holly Springs 


Education; Alpha Omicron Pi 




Fourth Row: 




Robert Lewis Phillips 


Newbern, Tenn. 


L.A.; Beta Theta Pi 




Guy Warren Pickle 


Armory 


Business 




Morris Edwin Pigott 


McComb 


L.A.; Alpha Tau Omega 




James Thomas Pinkerton 


Buckatunna 


Pharmacy 4 




Fifth Row: 




James Acye Pittman 


Kosciusko 


Pharmacy 4 




Gary Davis Piatt 


Kent, Conn. 


Education; Sigma Pi 




John L. Polizzi 


Armory 


Business 




Carolyn Posey 


Tupelo 


Business; Alpha Omicron Pi 




Sixth Row: 




Claude Harry Powell 


Natchez 


L.A.; Delta Kappa Epsilon • 




Philip Lamar Poythress 


Meridian 


Engineering 




Edward G. Prather 


Tupelo 


L.A. 




Betty Ann Price 


Greenville 


L.A. 




Seventh Row: 




Susan Jean Price 


Jackson 


L.A. 




Andrew Earl Prince 


Memphis 


L.A.; Phi Kappa Psi 




Patricia Joy Prince 


Union, N.J. 


L.A. 




William Richard Prine 


Richardson, Texas 


Education 




Eighth Row: 




Belle Frances Privette 


Mathiston 


L.A. 




Peggy Dian Quails 


Corinth 


Education 




Wilfred Joseph Radler, Jr. 


Laurel 


L.A. 




Harriett S. Ramsey 


Laurel 


L.A. 








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First Row: 




Jacqueline R. Ramsey 


Jackson 


L.A.; Alpha Delta Pi 




George Marvin Randall 


Greenwood 


Education 




Rebecca Breedlove Raney 


Charleston 


L.A. 




Ronnie Earl Raney 


Universit/ 


Business 




Second Row: 




Jimmy Raper 


Tupelo 


Business 




Mary Aileen Ratcliff 


Liberty 


Education; Delta Gamma 




James Frederick Rawls 


Memphis, Tenn. 


Education 




Morgan Gene Ray 


Oxford 


Engineering: Delta Kappa Epsilon 




Third Row: 




Starr Leland Ray 


Washington, D.C. 


Education 




Martha Jane Reece 


Armory 


Education 




Jimmie Cecil Reed 


Leland 


L.A.; Phi Kappa Psi 




Patricia Dianne Reed 


Jackson 


Education 




Fourth Row: 




Virginia Mann Reed 


Belmont 


Business 




Brenda Gale Reeves 


Pascagoula 


Education 




Robert Roy Regalbuto 


Boca Raton, Fla. 


Education; Sigma Pi 




William Benjamin Regan 


Magnolia 


Business; Alpha Tau Omeqa 




Fifth Row: 




Franklin L. Renault 


Coral Gables, Fla. 


Pharmacy 4; Phi Kappa Theta 




Robert Taft Renfro 


Batesville 


Education; Kappa Sigma 




Priscilla Gay Rette 


Burleson, Texas 


L.A. 




Barbara Lynn Ricau 


Metairie, La. 


L.A.; Kappa Kappa Gamma 




Sixth Row: 




Dorothy Helen Rich 


Chatham 


L.A. 




Doris C. Richardson 


New Albany 


L.A.; Zeta Tau Alpha 




Gerald D. Riddell 


Laurel 


Engineering 




John Marion Riddell 


Laurel 


Engineering 




Seventh Row: 




Jerry Ann Riggs 


Greenwood 


L.A.; Alpha Omicron Pi 




Gerald Culley Rikard 


Olive Branch 


Business 




John Norman Robbins 


New Albany 


Pharmacy 4 




Gary Sewell Roberson 


Oxford 


Business; Phi Delta Theta 




Eighth Row: 




Camille Shofner Roberts 


1 sola 


Pharmacy 4 




Ronnie Spencer Roberts 


Pascagoula 


Engineering 




Hubert C. Robertson, Jr. 


Jackson 


Pharmacy 4 




John William Robertson 


Meridian 


L.A.; Phi Delta Theta 





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SENIORS 



First Row: 




James C. Rochester, Jr. 
L.A. 


Byhalia 


Thomas Earl Roden 
L.A. 


Kennett, Mo. 


Shannon E. Rodes 

L.A. 


Satellite Beach, Fla. 


Bennie Mack Rogers 

Pharmacy 4 


Jackson 


Second Row: 




Charlotte Anne Rogers 

L.A. 


Orlando, Fla. 


Howell Wade Rogers 

L.A. 


Lamar 


Larry Thomas Rogers 

L.A.; Siqma Pi 


Savannah, Tenn. 


Nancy Lee Rogers 

Education; Alpha Omicron Pi 


Michigan City 


Third Row: 




William Levi Rogers, III 

L.A.; Sigma Chi 


New Albany 


Richard Lee Ross 

Pharmacy 4 


Woodland 


Sandra Chrestman Ross 

Pharmacy 4 


Houlka 


Roberta Kay Rowland 

Pharmacy 4; Alpha Omicron Pi 


Baldwyn 


Fourth Row: 




Martin Cary Roy 

Education 


Abbeville 


Wesley Benjamin Rozolsky 

L.A.; Phi Epsilon Pi 


Natchez 


Nancy K. Russell 

L.A. 


Corinth 


Richard Harold Russell 

Pharmacy 4 


Pontotoc 


Fifth Row: 




Ruth Ann Rutherford 

Education; Alpha Omicron Pi 


Arlington, Tenn. 


Micheal Evans Ryan 

Business; Sigma Chi 


Hattiesburq 


Jack D. Sallis 
L.A. 


Tupelo 


Glenn Ross Samford 

L.A.; Siqma Pi 


Steele, Mo. 


Sixth Row: 




Marvin L. Sanders 

L.A.; Delta Psi 


Clinton, S.C. 


Linda Raye Sanderson 

L.A. 


Vardaman 


R. Lester Sargent, Jr. 

L.A.; Delta Kappa Epsilon 


University 


Elizabeth Ann Sartor 

Education 


Pachuta 


Seventh Row: 




Margaret Louise Savage 

L.A.; Phi Mu 


University 


Patricia D. Scarbrough 

Education 


Vardaman 


Edwin C. Schmitt 

Business; Phi Kappa Theta 


Alsip, III. 


Spencer Louis Schreiter 

L.A. 


Jackson 


Eighth Row: 




Francis A. Schurtz, Jr. 

L.A.; Phi Kappa Psi 


Jackson 


Tommy Wayne Scott 

L.A.; Pi Kappa Alpha 


Memphis, Tenn. 


James Paul Scrivener 


Memphis, Tenn. 


Business 




John Stewart Seabold 

Business; Kappa Sigma 


Arlington, Tenn. 





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First Row: 




Ben Williamson Seale 


Holly Springs 


Pharmacy 4; Sigma Alpha Epsilor 




Robert A. Seale, Jr. 


Holly Springs 


Pharmacy 4 




Elizabeth Ellen Seay 


Oxford 


LA.; Delta Gamma 




Dianne Jeanne Shaffer 


Hillsboro, Ohio 


Business; Alpha Delta Pi 




Second Row: 




Georg Bernard Shaw 


Fulton 


Pharmacy 




Harold Herman Sheffield 


Fulton 


Pharmacy 4 




Sandy Sheffield 


Alexandria, Va. 


L.A.; Zeta Tau Alpha 




Robert Owen Shephard, Jr. 


Atlanta, Ga. 


L.A. 




Third Row: 




James Edward Sherrard 


Tupelo 


L.A.; Kappa Alpha 




Judy L. Sherrill 


McComb 


Business; Phi Mu 




Eunice Marie Shields 


Safford, Ala. 


Business 




Susan Shoemaker 


Meridian 


Education; Phi Mu 




Fourth Row: 




Bettye Carol Simmons 


Wigqins 


L.A. 




Frances Caffy Simmons 


Clarksdale 


L.A.; Chi Omeqa 




Mary Claire Cox Simmons 


West Point 


Education; Alpha Omicron Pi 




V. Hugo Sims 


Oceanside, Calif. 


L.A. 




Fifth Row: 




Susan Lane Singleterry 


Acworth, Ga. 


L.A.; Zeta Tau Alpha 




Harold Andrew Sloas, Jr. 


New Madrid, Mo. 


Pharmacy 4; Phi Kappa Psi 




Clark Herbert Smith 


Newcomerstown, Ohio 


Engineering; Kappa Sigma 




Devereux R. Smith 


Shreveport, La. 


Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon 




Sixth Row: 




Donald Meredith Smith, Jr. 


McMinnville, Tenn. 


Business; Alpha Tau Omega 




Frank Charles Smith 


Curundu, Canal Zone 


Business; Phi Kappa Theta 




Jerry Claude Smith 


Union Church 


L.A. 




Julie Drew Smith 


Savannah, Ga. 


L.A.; Alpha Delta Pi 




Seventh Row: 




Kendric Earl Smith 


Meridian 


L.A. 




Kenneth Oielle Smith 


Richton 


Education 




Larry Gilbert Smith 


McComb 


Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon 




Martha Blanche Smith 


Jackson 


Education 




Eighth Row: 




Ralph Guy Smith 


Greenwood 


Education; Sigma Alpha Epsilon 




Sidney Lamar Smith, Jr. 


Gulfport 


L.A. 




Vicki Marche Smith 


Yazoo City 


Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma 




Larry Wayne Smitherman 


Montevallo, Ala. 


Pharmacy 4 





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SENIORS 



First Row: 



Harley Ann Sneed 

Education 




Lafayette Springs 


Edwin Arnold Snyder 

L.A.; Sigma Nu 




Eupora 


B. Carmen Sorrells 

Pharmacy 4 




Pleasant Grove 


Alfred Martin Speed 

Pharmacy 4 




Ocean Sprinq; 


Second Row: 






Pat Gray Spencer 

Business 




Myrtle 


Juel Wood Spiers, Jr. 

Business 




Picayune 


Frederick D. Spratlin 

Business 




Bruce 


James D. Stahlman 

Business; Alpha Tau O 


mega 


Natchez 


Third Row: 






Beverly Jean Stalnaker 

L.A. 




Aberdeen 


Paul Vincent Staudte 

Engineering; Delta Psi 




Washington, D.C. 


Dianna Steijen 

Education; Delta Gamma 


Jackson 


Ronald Lawrence Steinhart 

Education 




Ireland, Ind. 


Fourth Row: 






Bobbie Slay Stephens 
Education 




Maqee 


Marilyn Dale Stephens 
Education 




Oxford 


Gerald Ben Stephenson 

Pharmacy 4; Pi Kappa 


Alpha 


Columbia 


Lawton Terry Stevens 

L.A.; Delta Kappa Epsi 


on 


Shreveport, La. 


Fifth Row: 






Lee Hudson Still 

Education 




Batesville 


David Lee Stockton 

Engineering 




Rockville, Md. 


Clyde Michael Stone 

Pharmacy 4 




Shannon 


William Charles Stone 
L.A. 




Haverhill, Mass. 


Sixth Row: 






John B. Storment, III 

Education; Sigma Alpha Epsilon 


luka 


John Edward Strange 

Business 




Memphis, Tenn. 


Harry Joe Suber 

Pharmacy 4 




Batesville 


Chat Sue 

L.A. 




Clarksdale 


Seventh Row: 






Minor C. Sumners, Jr. 

Business; Kappa Alpha 




Jackson 


Sherman Wesley Swalm 

Business; Siqma Alpha 


Epsilon 


Brookhaven 


Terry Stephen Swalm, Jr. 

Business; Sigma Nu 




Brookhaven 


Richard Harvey Sweat 

Education 




Corinth 


Eighth Row: 






Charles Edward Sykes 

L.A.; Kappa Alpha 




Silver Spring, Md. 


Jesse Brooks Taintor 
L.A. 




Webb 


Hardin Meadow Tate, Jr. 

L.A.; Sigma Nu 




Ripley 


Roy Wayne Tate 




Jackson 



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First Row: 




Caroline L. Taylor 


Manchester, Ga. 


LA.; Chi Omeqa 




James Lauvon Taylor, Jr. 


Memphis, Tenn. 


Engineering 




Joe Howard Taylor 


Lucedale 


Pharmacy 4 




Marilyn Lewis Taylor 


Pope 


Education 




Second Row: 




Sherry Lane Taylor 


Lucedale 


Education; Zeta Tau Alpha 




James Cairy Thaxton 


Greenwood 


Education; Sigma Chi 




Grover Lee Thomas 


Baldwyn 


Engineering 




William Buford Thomason 


Anguilla 


Pharmacy 4 




Third Row: 




Elizabeth Claire Thompson 


Millinqton, Tenn. 


Business 




Thomas Lawrence Thompson 


Richmond, Va. 


Pharmacy 4 




Frank White Thornhill, Jr. 


Columbia 


Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha 




Lee Francis Thurner, Jr. 


New River, N.C. 


Engineering 




Fourth Row: 




Charles Francis Tibbetts 


Dover, N.H. 


Engineering 




Alan Dwight Tidwell 


Oxford 


Business; Sigma Nu 




Henry Eugene Todd 


Oxford 


L.A. 




Richard Morgan Todd 


Jackson 


L.A.; Pi Kappa Alpha 




Fifth Row: 




Jack Armistead Townes, Jr. 


Grenada 


Business; Pi Kappa Alpha 




Kathryn Ann Townsend 


Fulton 


Education 




Pascal Judson Townsend 


Drew 


Business; Beta Theta Pi 




Caroline Gray Trabue 


Nashville, Tenn. 


L.A.; Delta Delta Delta 




Sixth Row: 




Eugene Thomas Trahan 


Biloxi 


Engineering 




Chrystine G. Trapp 


Tupelo 


Education 




Frederick Francis Travis 


McComb 


L.A.; Phi Delta Theta 




John Joseph Treuting 


Biloxi 


Pharmacy 4 




Seventh Row: 




Constance W. Triplette 


Elkin, N.C. 


L.A. 




Mary Hunt Tschudy 


Crownsville, Md. 


L.A. 




Kenneth Irby Tucker 


Sardis 


Education 




Beverly Marie Tumlinson 


West Point 


L.A.; Chi Omega 




Eighth Row: 




George Randall Tupman 


Indianola 


Education 




Gerald D. Turberville 


Batesville 


Business 




Bertram Rivers Turner 


Clarksdale 


Pharmacy 4 




Jobey Turner 


Carundu Canal 


Business 





SENIORS 



First Row: 




Susan Katherine Tutor 


Meridian 


Pharmacy 4; Alpha Omicron Pi 




Harrol Wayne Umfress 


Pontotoc 


Pharmacy 4; Beta Theta Pi 




Jane Margaret Anne Umlaut 


Fairhope, Ala. 


Education 




Claire Blount Underwood 


San Antonio, Texas 


Pharmacy 4 




Second Row: 




Aleita Louise Upchurch 


Memphis, Tenn. 


Education 




Oliver Lee Upchurch, Jr. 


Kosciusko 


L.A. 




Vaughn Eugene Varnado 


Vicksburq 


Business; Phi Kappa Psi 




Ronald Stewart Vaughan 


Grenada 


Business 




Third Row: 




Jack E. Veazey, Jr. 


Paris, Tenn. 


Business; Alpha Tau Omega 




Gerald Ernest Vernon 


Jackson 


Business; Kappa Alpha 




George Willis Vickery 


Gulfport 


L.A.; Siqma Chi 




James Preston Vinson, Jr. 


Oxford 


Business 




Fourth Row: 




Michael Joseph Vizio 


Cucamonqa, Calif. 


Business 




Michael Harrison Wade 


Jackson 


Engineering; Sigma Nu 




Thomas Wickliffe Wade 


Senatobi3 


Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon 




George Dexter Walcott 


Hollandale 


Business; Phi Delta Theta 




Fifth Row: 




Gregory Robert Waldo 


Aurora, III. 


L.A.; Sigma Nu 




Jimmie Sue Walker 


Oxford 


Business 




M. Faye Walker 


Cleveland 


Education; Delta Delta Delta 




Tommye W. Walker 


Pope 


Education 




Sixth Row: 




Victor Young Walters 


Hot Springs, Ark. 


Engineering 




Elizabeth Jane Ward 


Jackson 


Education; Phi Mu 




Peggy Ruth Ward 


Jackson 


L.A. 




Ted Owen Ware 


Baton Rouqe, La. 


L.A.; Kappa Sigma 




Seventh Row: 




Robert Stephen Warren 


Tampa, Fla. 


L.A.; Alpha Tau Omeqa 




David B. Watkins 


Pahokee, Fla. 


Business; Sigma Phi Epsilon 




Mary Ann Watkins 


Inverness 


L.A. 




Thomas Henry Watkins 


Jackson 


L.A.; Siqma Nu 




Eighth Row: 




Nancy Grace Watt 


Oxford 


Education 




William L. Weathers 


Columbus 


Engineering; Delta Psi 




Elliott C. Webber, Jr. 


Houston 


L.A. 




Carl Leslie Weeden 


New Albany 


Education 






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Betty Loice Welford 




Okolona 


L.A. 






Robert Lynn Wells 




Drew 


Pharmacy 4 






William Douglas Wells 




Summit 


L.A. 






William Harold Wells 




Laurel 


Pharmacy 4 






Second Row: 






James Kenneth West 




Charleston 


Pharmacy 4 






Barbara Kaye White 




State Line 


L.A. 






Joseph Luther White 




Mendenhall 


Business 






Marilyn D. White 




Canton 


Education; Delta Gamma 






Third Row: 






Jesse C. Whittle 




Tunica 


Business 






Danny Edward Wideman 


Al 


exandria, Va. 


L.A.; Siqma Alpha Epsilon 






Amos Buford Wigginton, Jr. 




Yazoo City 


Pharmacy 4 






Charles H. Wilkins 




Jackson 


Business; Pi Kappa Alpha 






Robert Edward Wilkins 


Germantown, Tenn. 


L.A. 






Fourth Row: 






Ariel Etta Williams 




Mobile 


L.A. 






Edwin Neel Williams 


Hornersville, Mo. 


L.A. 






Leon Weir Williams 




Newton 


Pharmacy 4 






Stirling Bacot Williams 


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smphis, Tenn. 


Education 






Bobby Lee Wilson 




Pontotoc 


Business 






Filth Row: 






Jerome W. Wilson, Jr. 




Greenville 


L.A.; Kappa Alpha 






Roberta Moore Wilson 




Senatobia 


Education; Chi Omeqa 






Kenneth James Wiltshire 




University 


Enqineering 






Jimmy W. Winter 




University 


Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon 






Sally Kate Winters 




West Point 


L.A.; Kappa Delta 






Sixth Row: 






Carole Ann Wislocki 




Vicksburg 


Education; Kappa Delta 






James Brown Wolf 


Rockaway, N.J. 


Business 






Pamela Pane Womack 


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emphis, Tenn. 


L.A. 






Claude Harrison Wood 




Greenwood 


Business 






Jean Wyeth Wood 




Brookhaven 


Business; Chi Omeqa 






Seventh Row: 






Carl Franklin Wright 




Deland, Fla. 


Business 






Johnny Bernard Wright 




Horn Lake 


Pharmacy 4; Phi Kappa Psi 






Mary Louise Wynne 




Coldwater 


L.A. 






Larry Eugene Yarbrough 




Stonewall 


L.A. 






Florian Henry Yoste 


M 


emphis, Tenn. 


L.A.; Pi Kappa Alpha 






Eighth Row: 






James Richard Young, Jr. 




Bruce 


Engineering 






John Richard Young 




Corinth 


L.A.; Sigma Nu 






Ralph E. Young, Jr. 




Meridian 


Business; Pi Kappa Alpha 






Michael Nelson Zalocusky 




Biloxi 


L.A.; Sigma Phi Epsilon 






Carl Samuel Zeringue 


New 


Orleans, La. 


Business; Sigma Pi 







First Row: 

• John Rush Abbott, West Point; Bus.; Phi Delta Theta. • 
Sidney Jacob Abdalla, McComb; Bus.; Phi Delta Theta. 

• Patricia D. Abernathy, Raymond; Educ. • Mary Rose 
Abernethy, Jackson; Educ; Delta Delta Delta. • David 
Edward Adams, Senatobia; L.A.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



Second Row: 

• James Ervin Addleton, Greenville; Bus.; Kappa Alpha. • 
Jimmy David Ainsworth, Harrisville; Pharmacy 3. • Susan 
Priscilla Alford, McComb; Educ; Chi Omega. • Barbara 
Ann Allen, Yazoo City; Bus.; Delta Delta Delta. • Ghill 
Fosta Allen, Cleveland; Bus.; Alpha Tau Omega. 



Third Row: 

• Wilson Otis Allen, Canton; Phar 3. • Ashok W. Alwani, 
Bombay, India; Engr. • Robert E. Ammon, Jr., Union; L.A. 

• Charles H. Anderson, Edward; Phar. 3. • Frank Andrew 
Anderson, Aberdeen; Bus. 



Fourth Row: 

• Milton Philip Armor, Amory; Bus.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

• Larry Wayne Arnold, Trezevant, Tennessee; Bus. • Ronald 
M. Aschermann, Rocky Ford, Colo.; Bus.; Sigma Alpha Ep- 
silon. • John Roger Austin, Coldwater; L.A. • James K. 
Baddley, Jr., Water Valley; Bus.; Delta Kappa Epsilon. 



Fifth Row: 

• Dolly Sue Bailey, Oxford; Bus. • James Williams Bailey, 
Kosciusko; L.A.; Sigma Chi. • Victor Glenn Bailey, Lambert; 
L.A. • Doris Ann Baley, Como; Educ. • Dwight Nicholas 
Ball, Gulfport; L.A. 



Sixth Row: 

• Elsie Tyler Ball, Tylertown; Educ. Kappa Delta. • Brenda 
E. Barbee, Hernando; Educ. Alpha Delta Pi. • Guntis Juris 
Barenis, Greenville; L.A. • Stanley Edwin Barger, Oxford; 
L.A. • Walter Don Berkley, Charleston; Bus. 



Seventh Row: 

• Jacob Dexter Barr, Jr., Jackson; Bus.; Delta Kappa Epsilon. 

• James A. Barrett, Jr., Cruger; L.A.; Kappa Sigma. • 
Mary Elizabeth Barrett, Gulfport; L.A.; Alpha Omicron Pi. 

• Robert James Barrow, White Plains, N.Y.; Bus.; Sigma Pi. 



Eighth Row: 

• Christopher M. Bates, Vicksburg; Bus. • Theodore Thomas 
Bean, University; Engr. • John E. Beard, New Albany; Bus. 

• Elizabeth Pearce Beasley, Alexandria, La.; L.A. • Sondra 
Kathleen Beaver, Collierville, Tennessee; Phar 3.; Alpha Omi- 
cron Pi. 



Ninth Row: 

• Fred Edwin Beemon, Jr., Jackson; L.A. • Ramelle Eason 
Bell, Hernando; Educ; Delta Delta Delta. • Alice Mae 
Bellshot, Itta Bena; L.A.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • James Albert 
Bennett, Columbia, Tenn.; Phar. 3; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • 
Thomas W. Bennett, Jr., Natchez; L.A. 





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• Chester W. Bergalowski, Jr., Laurel; Educ; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

• Rodney L. Bevill, Toccopola; Enqr. • Letitia Mae Bieden- 
harn, Vicksburq; Educ; Kappa Delta. • Henry S. Blumen- 
thal, III, Falls Church, Va.; LA..; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Edward J. 
Bogen, Jr., Greenville; L.A.; Kappa Alpha. 



Second Row: 

• Charlene C. Bogqs, Jacksonville, Fla.; Educ; Alpha Delta 
Pi. • Clinton M. Bolton, Biloxi; L.A. • Martha Dell Bond, 
Miami, Fla.; Educ. • Victor Frank Boone, Memphis, Tenn.; 
Enqr. • Claire Ann Booth, Alexandria, Va.; Educ 



Third Row: 

• Josephine C. Borthwick, Jackson; Educ; Chi Omeqa. • 
Walter M. Bounds, Jr., Gulfport; Enqr. • Fred Exzell Bourn, 
Jr., Mendenhall; Bus; Phi Kappa Psi. • John F. Bove, Vicks- 
burg; Phar. 3. • David Larry Bowen, Tupelo; Bus. 



Fourth Row: 

• Sandra Diane Bowen, Jackson; L.A.; Chi Omeqa. • Claude 
P. Bowie, Jackson; Engr. • Corinne Gaither Bowles, Inver- 
ness; Educ; Delta Delta Delta. • Linda Ann Bowling, Jack- 
son; Educ; Kappa Delta. • Thomas Wendell Boyle, Kansas 
City, Mo.; L.A.; Siqma Alpha Epsilon. 



Fifth Row: 

• Ann L. Bramwell, Nashville, Tenn.; L.A.; Alpha Omicron 
Pi. • Wesley Ellis Branch, Shelby; L.A.; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

• Eddie Euqene Brawley, Earle, Arkansas; Enqr.; Pi Kappa 
Alpha. • Betty Ruth Brewer, Water Valley; Bus. • James 
Wilson Bridqes, Wesson; Enqr.; Delta Psi. 



Sixth Row: 

• John Joseph Brion, Miami, Florida; L.A. • Mary Elliott 
Brister, Yazoo City; Bus.; Chi Omega. • Beverly Jean Brooks, 
Jackson; Educ; Phi Mu. • Toni Marie Brooks, Jackson; L.A. 

• Austin Randy Broome, Hazelhurst; Bus.; Kappa Alpha. 



Seventh Row: 

• James Kenneth Broussard, Philadelphia; Educ • Douglas 
Colin Brown, Bruce; Bus. • John Alston Brown, Enterprise; 
L.A. • Olie Dame Brown, Jr., Aubry, Ark.; L.A.; Siqma Nu. 

• Jackson M. Browning, Pensacola, Fla.; L.A.; Phi Kappa Psi. 



Eighth Row: 

• Edward Earl Bryant, Kosciusko; L.A.; Siqma Chi. • Mil- 
dred Sarah Bryant, Derma; Educ. • Thomas A. Buford, Fayette; 
L.A.; Sigma Nu. • Joel William Bunkley, III, University; L.A.; 
Kappa Sigma. • Gary Lee Burcham, Collinsville, III.; Phar. 3. 



Ninth Row: 

• John L. Burleson, Hialeah, Florida; Bus. • Margaret Ann 
Burnett, Belzoni; Educ • Phillip C. Burnett, Hollendale; Bus. 

• Bobby W. Burns, Baldwyn; L.A. • William Owen Burrow, 
Oxford; Bus.; Sigma Phi Epsilon. 



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JUNIORS 



First Row: 

• Lucy Craddock Burt, Grenada; Educ. • Walcie Leon Bur- 
ton, Philadelphia; Educ. • Keith Shepherd Bush, Vicksburq; 
Educ; Delta Delta Delta. • Rachael Marion Butler, Natchez; 
L.A.; Kappa Delta. • G. Edward Buxton, III, Dallas, Texas; 
L.A.- Siqma Phi Epsilon. 



Second Row: 

• Judith Lynr.e Cahill, Oxford; L.A. • Bobby Joe Cain, Du- 
rant; Phar. 3. • Albert Equene Cairns, Pottsville, Pa.; L.A. 

• Willie Frank Calder, Calhoun City; Phar. 3. • Johnny M. 
Caldwell, Forest; Phar. 3. 



Third Row: 

• Julia Holmes Caldwell, Indianola; Educ; Alpha Delta Pi. 

• Jackie C. Calhoun, Owensboro, Ky.; Educ. Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. • Milus Calvin Campbell, Jr., Stover; Phar. 3. • 
Charles Henry Caperton, DeKalb; L.A. • Richard Butler 
Carothers, Paris, Tenn.; Bus.; Alpha Tau Omeqa. 



Fourth Row: 

• Cecil L. Carpenter, Jr., Sturgis; Engr. • Robert E. Car- 
rinqton, III, Byhalia; Bus. • Susan Rowe Carruth, Lewisville, 
Texas; Educ; Chi Omeqa. • Robert Thomas Carsley, Canton; 
L.A.; Kappa Sigma. • William Raymond Carter, Jackson; 
Educ. 



Fifth Row: 

• Barbara Elise Case, Fayette; Educ. • Virqinia Ann Castle- 
man, Yazoo City; Bus.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Don Wood 
Chancellor, Macon; Bus. • Laurance N. Chandler, III, Green- 
wood; L.A.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Kay Chaney, Union; 
Educ. 



Sixth Row: 

• Gay Lynn Chapman, New Albany; Educ. • Jerry S. Chase, 
Stanton; L.A. • Gerald Wilborn Chatham, Hernando; Bus.; 
Sigma Nu. • William F. Chatham, Sardis; Educ. • Mary 
Leila Chatman, Picayune; L.A.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 



Seventh Row: 

• Bobby W. Childress, Houston; Phar. 3. • James Dewitt 
Christy, Holly Springs; Bus.; Alpha Tau Omeqa. • Clarence 
H. Church, Weirton, W.Va.; Bus. • Charles Luper Clark, 
Prentiss; L.A.; Sigma Nu. • Richard Cottrell Clark, Mobile, 
Ala.; L.A. 



Eighth Row: 

• E. Tolice Long Clayborne, West Helena, Ark.; Educ. • 
Nancy Carol Clayton, Jackson; L.A. • Jeptha Clark Clemens 
Macon; L.A. • Neal G. Clement, Memphis, Tenn.; L.A.; Phi 
Delta Theta. • Diane M. Clements, Rollinq Fork; Bus. 



Ninth Row: 

• John William Clinton, Bridqeport, Conn.; Enqr. • Richard 
Bunton Clinton, New Albany; Enqr.; Siqma Nu. • Bobby A. 
Coates. Oxford; Enqr. • James A. Cole, Jr., Natchez; Bus. 

• Jane A. Cole, New Albany; Educ. 




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First Row: 

• Patricia Louise Cole, Fort Worth, Texas; Bus; Phi Mu. • 
Robert Gary Cole, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; L.A. • Richard Lee 
Coleman, Memphis, Term.; Bus.; Alpha Tau Omega. • Cham- 
bliss H. Collier, Drew; Bus.; Alpha Tau Omega. • Warner 
J. Collier, Tupelo; Educ. 



Second Row: 

• Thomas Howard Comer, Booneville; Bus.; Sigma Nu. • 
Van C. Conaway, Jr., Memphis, Tenn.; Bus.; Phi Delta Theta. 

• Paul Martin Cook, II, University; L.A.; Phi Kappa Psi, • 
Frances Amelia Cooke, Grenada; Educ; Delta Delta Delta. 

• Patricia Dorina Cooke, Metairie, La.; Bus. 



Third Row: 

• Stephan Kitrick Cooper, Jackson; L.A.; Sigma Alpha Epsi- 
lon. • Tom S. Cooper, Como; L.A.; Alpha Tau Omega. • 
Robin Owen Cotten, Oxford; Bus.; Kappa Sigma. • Sandra 
Lucille Counce, Tupelo; Educ. • Myra Judith Coursey, Ra- 
leigh; L.A.; Delta Gamma. 



Fourth Row: 

• Robert O. Covington, Key West, Fla.; Engr. • Frankie Lee 
Cox, Memphis, Tenn.; Bus. • Sammye Jane Cox, Jackson; 
Educ; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Leonard Andrew Crosby, III, 
New York, New York; L.A.; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Randy Gary 
Crumbley, Laurel; L.A.; Sigma Nu. 



Fifth Row: 

• Cullen B. Curlee, III, Rienzi; Educ. • James Russell Dail, 
Sumner; Engr.; Kappa Alpha. • John Lipscomb Dale, Jack- 
son; Engr.; Sigma Nu. • James Francis Daly, Clearwater, Fla.; 
Engr.; Alpha Tau Omega. • Charles M. Daniel, Lexington; 
Bus.; Kappa Sigma. 



Sixth Row: 

• Martha Jane Daughton, Oxford; L.A. • Delia Davis, Fay- 
ette; Educ. • James Harvey Davis, Carson; L.A.; Beta Theta 
Pi. • Ruth Ann Davis, Batesville; LA.; Alpha Omicron Pi. 

• Virginia A. Davis, Jackson; Educ; Chi Omega. 



Seventh Row: 

• William Bradshaw Davis, Gulfport; L.A.; Sigma Nu. • Janet 
J. Deare, Metairie, La.; L.A. • Walter Michael Dennis, Jack- 
son; L.A.; Phi Delta Theta. • Lani Lee Densing, Oxford; Educ; 
Alpha Omicron Pi. • William Henry Deterly, Natchez; L.A.; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



Eighth Row: 

• Louis Rivers Dickerson, Jr., Senatobia; Bus. • S. Carter 
Dobbs, Jr., Calhoun City; L.A.; Beta Theta Pi. • Robert E. 
Donnell, Jr., Morton; Phar. 3. • George Lee Dorrill, Carthage; 
L.A.; Beta Theta Pi. • Anita Kathryn Dossett, Jackson; Bus.; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. 



Ninth Row: 

• Charlotte Ann Dossett, Pascagoula; Educ; Delta Gamma. 

• Glenn Alvon Doty, Jackson; Phar. 3. • George Dubois, 
Brewster, New York; L.A.; Phi Kappa Psi. • Douglas Ratcliffe 
Duke, Natchez; L.A. • James David Duncan, Oxford; Engr.; 
Sigma Chi. 



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First Row: 

• Carroll Edward Dunn, Atlanta, Ga.; Bus.; Sigma Chi. • 
Linda Lee Dunn, Grand Junction, Tenn.; Educ; Alpha Delia 
Pi. • Mary Ann Dunn, Houston; L.A. • Billie Joyce Earn- 
heart, Hernando; Educ; Phi Mu. • Frances Kay Earthman, 
Oxford; Bus.; Zeta Tau Alpha. 



Second Row: 

• Everette John Easley, Pace; L.A.; Alpha Tau Omega. • 
John A. Echols, University; Engr. • Betty Joan Edwards, New 
Madrid, Mo.; Educ; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Sara Margaret Ed- 
wards, Jackson; L.A.; Delta Delta Delta. • Stephen Marc 
Ehrlich, Tutwiler; Bus.; Phi Epsilon Pi. 



Third Row: 

• Barbara Jean Ellard, Houston; Educ. • Judy Carol Elliott, 
Crowder; Educ; Phi Mu. • Thomas Franklin Elliott, Ellenwood, 
Ga.; L.A. • Clyde Allen Ellis, Lambert; L.A. • Nancy Lee 
Ellis, Memphis, Tenn.; Educ; Alpha Omicron Pi. 



Fourth Row: 

• Audrey Jane Ellzey, Magnolia; Educ; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. • Robert R. Embry, III, Hernando; Engr. • James 
A. Estes, Houston; Phar. 3. • James Blair Etz, Elmhurst, III.; 
Bus.; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Helen Ruth Eubanks, Joiner, 
Ark.; L.A.; Zeta Tau Alpha. 



Fifth Row: 

• Jack Edward Evans, Laurel; Engr. • Thomas Charles Evans, 
Jr., McComb; Phar. 3; Sigma Nu. • Billy Tucker Ewinq, 
Longview, Texas; Educ. • Joe Henry Ezell, Pascagoula; L.A.; 
Sigma Nu. • Margaret Ann Ezell, Pascagoula; L.A. 



Sixth Row: 

• Robert Frank Farmigoni, Greenville; Bus. • Robert L. 
Farrar, Jr., Booneville; L.A.; Sigma Nu. • John P. Fatherree, 
Laurel; Bus.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Ronald S. Fealko, Uni- 
versity; Phar. 3. • Alfred L. Felder, Summit; L.A. 



Seventh Row: 

• David Lee Fenstermacher, Vicksburg; L.A.; Phi Delta Theta. 

• Joe Carroll Ferguson, Coldwater; Bus.; Phi Kappa Psi. 

• Kenneth J. Fernandez, Oxford; Educ. • David Dudley Field, 
Hampton, Va.; L.A. • Patricia Ruth Fisher, Greenwood; Educ; 
Kappa Delta. 



Eighth Row: 

• James M. Fitzgerald, New Orleans, La.; L.A. • John E. 
Fletcher, Brookhaven; Educ • Myron D. Floyd, Cantonment, 
Fla.; L.A. • Eugene 'McDowell Fly, Pascagoula; Bus.; Kappa 
Sigma. • Samuel R. Fooshee, New Albany, Educ. 



Ninth Row: 

• Susan M. Foote, Durant; L.A. • Gail Grace Ford, Or- 
lando, Fla.; Educ; Alpha Delta Pi. • Tommy S. Ford, Vicks- 
burg; Bus.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Herbert V. Foregger, 
Hollywood, Fla.; L.A.; Kappa Alpha. • Wilson Jerome Foster, 
Jr., Biloxi; Bus. 




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First Row: 

• Shelley Lee Fraser, Memphis, Tenn.; L.A.; Delta Delta 
Delta. • William L. Freeman, Jr., Newton; Engr.; Sigma Nu. 

• Thomas Leo Frezell, Mobile, Ala.; L.A.; Kappa Alpha. • 
Robert Wilton Fulton, Jackson; Bus.; Sigma Nu. • Robert 
Price Funderburk, Olive Branch; Bus.; Alpha Tau Omega. 



Second Row: 

• William Stewart Garlic, Anderson, I nd. ; Educ. • Ernest 
Le Garner, Batesville; Educ. • Patricia L. Garrett, Ocean 
Springs; Educ; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Joseph Edmund 
Garrison, Corinth; L.A.; Kappa Sigma. • Chester Davis Gas- 
ton, Jr., Columbus; L.A. 



Third Row: 

• Thomas Richard Gatlin, Walnut; Phar. 3. • John Overton 
Gayden, Nashville, Tenn.; L.A.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Rob- 
ert Douglas Gentry, Meridian; Bus.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • How- 
ard Lawrence Gerlach, Ellwood City, Pa.; Bus. • Joseph 
William Gex, Bay St. Louis; Bus.; Kappa Sigma. 



Fourth Row: 

• Jerry Quinton Gilder, Hattiesburg; Engr. • Mary Jane 
Gilluly, Memphis, Tenn.; L.A.; Delta Gamma. • Stephen Jor- 
dan Glaze, Jackson; L.A.; Phi Delta Theta. • Ronald H. God- 
win, University; Engr. • Frank Bernard Goldman, Duck Hill; 
L.A. 



Fifth Row: 

• Charles Smith Gore, Bristol, Tenn.; L.A.; Sigma Alpha Epsi- 
lion. • Elizabeth Ann Gore, Water Valley; Educ. • John 
Hammond Gower, Bloomfield, N. J.; Engr. • Rayner N. Grae- 
ber, Yazoo City; L.A.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Ida Hervey 
Graham, Jackson; L.A.; Alpha Delta Pi. 



Sixth Row: 

• Judy Williams Graham, Oxford; L.A.; Delta Delta Delta. 

• Karen Anne Graham, Gulfport; Educ; Kappa Delta. • Otis 
Jean Grayson, Mendenhall; Bus. • George W. Green, III, 
Benoit; Bus. • Sharon Hall Green, Miami, Fla.; L.A.; Alpha 
Omicron Pi. 



Seventh Row: 

• William H. Green, Guntown; L.A.; Sigma Nu. • William 
Scott Greenwell, Jackson; L.A.; Kappa Sigma. • William 
Grady Greer, Charleston; Bus. • Jerome Charles Griese, 
Evansville, Ind.; Bus.; Sigma Pi. • Sedgie F. Griffith, Jr., Co- 
lumbia; L.A.; Pi Kappa Alpha. 



Eighth Row: 

• Clinton Julian Grubbs, Tylertown; L.A. • John McQueen 
Guttery, III, Dyersburg, Tenn.; Bus.; Sigma Nu. • Carol W. 
Hale, McComb; Bus.; Phi Mu. • Kenneth G. Hale, New 
Albany; Engr. • Paul W. Hale, Jr., Tupelo; Engr. 



Ninth Row: 

• Dwight Joseph Hall, West Chester, Pa.; Bus. • Francis D. 
Hall, Belzoni; L.A.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Roberta Mae Halliday, 
Wilmette, III.; Educ; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Annabelle 
E. Hamachek, Memphis, Tenn.; L.A.; Phi Mu. • Kathryn Lou 
Hamberlin, Greensburg, La.; L.A.; Kappa Delta. 






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JUNIORS 



First Row: 

• James Edwin Hamilton, Jr., Memphis, Tenn.; Bus.; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon. • Sarah Janet Hamilton, New Albany; Educ; 
Chi Omeqa. • Sara Jane Hammond, Memphis, Tenn.; L.A. 

• Ted S. Hannah, Lawrence; L.A. • Alan Georqe Hansen, 
Midlothian, III.; Bus. 



Second Row: 

• David McWilliams Haraway, Olive Branch; L.A.; Alpha 
Tau Omega. • Bryan C. Harbour, Meridian; L.A. • Ava 
Evelyn Hardin, Oxford; L.A. • Barbara Holland Hardy, Can- 
ton; L.A.; Phi Mu. • Michael Wren Hardy, Canton; L.A. 



Third Row: 

• Barbara Jeanne Harmon, Oxford; L.A.; Delta Gamma. • 
John Wyatt Harper, Sumrall; L.A. • Rebecca Sue Harrell, 
Tremont; L.A. • John Carl Harrison, Florence; Phar. 3. • John 
Carl Harrison, Florence; Phar. 3. 



Fourth Row: 

• Patton B. Harrison, University; Engr.; Delta Kappa Epsilon. 

• Lou Ann Hartgraves, Clarksdale; L.A.; Chi Omeqa. • 
Scott Garner Hasler, Jr., Northridge, Calf.; L.A. • James 
Orville Hawkins, Jackson; L.A.; Sigma Nu. • Edwin Ford Hay- 
man, Amory; Bus.; Phi Delta Iheta. 



Fifth Row: 

• Cheryl Anne Haynie, Mississippi City; Educ; Kappa Delta. 

• Baxter K. Hearn, Hattiesburg; L.A. • James Thomas 
Hedgepeth, Jackson; L.A.; Delta Psi. • Betty Ann Heliums, 
Oxford; Phar. 3. • Judy Lee Hemphill, Jackson; Educ; Delta 
Delta Delta. 



Sixth Row: 

• Handley L. Henderson, Jr., 
James Ray Herndon, Newton; 
Arnold Jackie Herring, Winona; 
Olive Branch; L.A.; Sigma Nu. 
Bogalusa, La.; Educ; Pi Beta Phi 



Washington, D.C.; L.A. • 
L.A.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • 
L.A. • Michael Herrington, 
• Susan Patricia Heyward, 



Seventh Row: 

• Dixie Elise Hickman, Brookhaven; L.A.; Kappa Delta. • 
John M. Higginbotham, Houston, Texas; L.A. • Lizabeth T. 
Highbaugh, Yazoo City; L.A. • Mary Virginia Hill, Vicks- 
burg; L.A.; Alpha Delta Pi. • Roy Gene Hill, Water Valley; 
Bus. 



Eighth Row: 

• Stanley Chatham Hindman, Newton; L.A.; Sigma Chi. • 
Max Davis Hipp, Oxford; L.A. • Margaret Ann Hobart, Jack- 
son; Educ; Chi Omega. • William C. Hodges, Bethesda; L.A. 

• Thomas G. Hodgson, Yazoo City; Bus.; Sigma Nu. 



Ninth Row: 

• Lloyd Eades Hogue, Benoit; Bus.; Phi Kappa Psi. • Charles 
Howard Holcomb, Oxford; Bus. • Marion David Holman, 
University; Engr. • William Madison Hope, Baton Rouge, La.; 
Bus.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Nicholas D. House, Jackson; 
Phar. 3. 





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First Row: 

• David Winston Houston, Aberdeen; Bus.; 
John William Hovious, University; L.A. • 
Howell, Tupelo; L.A. • Karla Kaye Hubbard, 
Educ; 
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Sigma Chi. • 

James Milton 

Moberly, Mo.; 

Alpha Delta Pi. • Jane T. Hudson, Gulfport; L.A.; Phi 



Second Row: 

• James K. Huff, III, Meridian; Bus.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • 
Lynne Nash Huff, Hattiesburg; Educ. • Mary Louise Hum- 
mel, Meridian; L.A.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Norman Dale 
Hurdle, Lamar; Bus. • Thomas Roland Hurdle, Taylor; Bus. 



Third Row: 

• James Allan Hurych, New Albany; Phar. 3. • Richard 
Atherton Hutchins, Annapolis, Md.; Bus.; Phi Kappa Psi. • 
Edgar D. Ingels, III, Jackson; Bus.; Alpha Tau Omega. • 
Douglas Wayne Ingram, Greenville; Educ; Delta Psi. • Mil- 
dred Anne Ingram, Memphis, Tenn.; L.A.; Alpha Omicron Pi. 



Fourth Row: 

• Braxter Pleasant Irby, Grenada; Phar. 3; Sigma Chi. • 
Suzanne James, Dallas, Texas; L.A. • Rosemary Johnson, 
Gainesville, Fla.; L.A.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Jack L. John- 
stone, Tupelo; Bus. • Ann Bourdeaux Jones, Picayune; L.A.; 
Delta Delta Delta. 



Fifth Row: 

• Donald Drummond Jones, McComb; Bus.; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. • Harris W. Jones, Jr., Meridian; Bus. • James Har- 
old Jones, Brandon; Bus.; Sigma Nu. • Lester Willie Jones, 
Jr., Wiggins; L.A. • Margaret Elizabeth Jones, Waynesboro; 
L.A.; Delta Delta Delta. 



Sixth Row: 

• Sharon Anne Jones, Hartsville, Tenn.; Phar. 3; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. • Charles Schemedes Jordan, Columbia; Engr.; 
Alpha Tau Omega. • Hilliard Earl Jordan, Jr., Kosciusko; 
L.A.; Sigma Chi. • Judy Kay Judge, Oxford; Educ; Kappa 
Delta. • Jessie Jue, Clarksdale; Phar. 3. 



Seventh Row: 

• Lilly Jue, Indianola; L.A. • John N. Kammon, Jr., Gibbs- 
town, N.J.; Educ. • Beryl Dianne Kearney, Money; L.A.; Delta 
Delta Delta. • Susan Kees, Magee; L.A.; Kappa Delta. • 
Morris Johnson Keesee, III, Lulu; Bus.; Phi Delta Theta. 



Eighth Row: 

• Claud Leake Keirn, Greenwood; L.A.; Sigma Alpha Epsi- 
lon. • Kenneth Wayne Kelso, Tupelo; Bus. • Carolyn Red- 
doch Kerr, Gulfport; L.A.; Chi Omega. • Robert Lee Kerr, 
Olive Branch; Bus.; Sigma Nu. • Elizabeth A. Kersting, Dallas, 
Texas; Educ; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 



Ninth Row: 

• Patti Lynne Keye, University; Educ; Kappa Delta. • Nancy 
Jane Kilpatrick, Booneville; Bus. • Hallie E. Kimbrough, Mor- 
gan City; L.A.; Delta Delta Delta. • George Michael Kinard, 
Jackson; Bus. • John Major Kinard, Oxford; Bus.; Sigma Chi. 









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JUNIORS 



First Row: 

• Virlinda Carol Klncaid, Memphis, Tenn.; L.A.; Alpha Omi- 
cron Pi. • Karen Dean Kipp, Dallas, Texas; L.A.; Delta Delta 
Delta. • Douglas U. Kirk, Barrinqton, III.; L.A. • Gertrude 
Louise Klenner, Reidsville, N.C.; L.A.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • 
James Thomas Kniqht, Oxford; Bus. 



Second Row: 

• Susan Elisabeth Knight, University; L.A. • Nancy Ruth- 
ledge Knotts, Sicily Island, La.; Educ; Kappa Delta. • James 
Doran Knox, Trenton, Tenn.; L.A. • John David Krause, Ar- 
lington Hgts., III.; Engr.; Alpha Tau Omeqa. • Kerby E. Lad- 
ner, University; Phar. 3. 



Third Row: 

• Jane Norvelle Lambdin, Jackson; L.A.; Chi Omeqa. • 
Aaron C. Lambert, Jr., Tupelo; Bus. • Dorothy Duty Landry, 
Alexandria, La.; L.A.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Eddie N. 
Lankford, Greensboro, N.C.; L.A. • Bobby Bennett Lantrip, 
Oxford; Engr. 



Fourth Row: 

• Lucie Ellen Larson, Birmingham, Ala.; L.A.; Pi Beta Phi. 

• Margaret Hayward Lea, Oxford; Educ; Alpha Delta Pi. 

• James Hattox Leeper, Pontotoc; Bus.; Sigma Nu. • Jerry 
Smith Legq, Jackson; Phar. 3. • Robert E. Leiqh, III, Her- 
nando; Educ. 



Fifth Row: 

• Charles R. Lemaster, Jr., Richardson, Texas; Bus.; Siqma 
Alpha Epsilon. • Betty J. Ball Lester, Jackson; Educ; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma. • George H. Lester, Batesville; Bus.; Sigma 
Nu. • Horace Baxter Lester, Jr., Jackson; Engr.; Siqma Chi. 

• Donald Ellis Lewis, Columbus AFB; L.A.; Sigma Pi. 



Sixth Row: 

• McArthur Lewis, Lexington, Tenn.; Bus. • Ocie Vernon 
Lewis, Picayune; L.A.; Sigma Pi. • Robert Cushing Lewis, 
Monroe, La.; L.A.; Sigma Nu. • Ralph Barry Lil ja . Miami, Fla.; 
Bus. • Marie McCabe Lipscomb, Vicksburq; L.A.; Chi Oemqa. 



Seventh Row: 

• Jeanne Gail Livingston, Prentiss; L.A.; Kappa Delta. • Har- 
vey M. Lofton, Woodville; Phar. 3. • Jerome Lee Lohrmann, 
Concord; L.A. • Susan K. Lomax, Jackson; L.A.; Kappa Delta. 

• Amelia Catherine Loper, Meridian; L.A.; Chi Omeqa. 



Eighth Row: 

• James Sanford Love, 111, Jackson; Bus.; Phi Delta Theta. 

• Marvin S. Lovelace, Houston; Bus. • Mary Judy Lowry, 
Corinth; Educ. • Helen Harvey Ludlam, Jackson; L.A.; Chi 
Omeqa. • Tommy Junior Luke, Louisville; Educ. 



Ninth Row: 

• Russell Ray Lyle, Batesville; L.A. • Leonard C. McAfee, 
Jr., Memphis, Tenn.; Enqr.; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Marilyn 
Yarber McAnnally, Belmont; Educ. • James Leo McArthur, 
Jackson; Bus.; Sigma Nu. • Henry Eugene McCaslin, Rose- 
dale; Bus.; Phi Delta Theta. 




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First Row: 

• Dorsey H. McCay, Jr., Water Valley; Bus. • Jacquelyn 
McClure, Grenada; Educ; Kappa Delta. • Constance Marie 
McConnell, Fort Worth, Texas; Educ; Phi Mu. • Michael 
J. McElhaney, Jr., Hattiesburg; Enqr.; Sigma Nu. • Marianne 
McElroy, Tupelo; Educ; Pi Beta Phi. 



Second Row: 

• Charles V. McElwee, Magnolia; Bus.; Kappa Sigma. • 
Donald Francis McGavock, Gulfport; L.A. • Martin Hiram 
McGee, Jr., Jackson; Engr.; Sigma Nu. • Harry Smith Mc- 
Gehee, Clayton, Mo.; Engr.; Kappa Sigma. • Kay Frances 
McGehee, Magnolia; L.A.; Kappa Delta. 



Third Row: 

• Phyllis Pope McGehee, Columbia; L.A. • James D. Mc- 
Graw, Edwards; L.A. • Charlotte E. McKay, Meridian; L.A. 

• Milton Lane McKellar, Clarksdale; Bus.; Kappa Sigma. • 
Georgia Mae McKenzie, Little Rock, Ark.; L.A.; Kappa Delta. 



Fourth Row: 

• Dorothy C. McKeown, Meridian; L.A. • Dana Clifton Mc- 
Kibben, Bruce; Bus. • William E. McClellan, Lexington; Phar. 
3. • James Turner McMahan, Corinth; Bus.; Kappa Sigma. • 
Charles R. McMillan, Kosciusko; Bus.; Phi Kappa Psi. 



Fifth Row: 

• Gerald Cleon McMillan, Baldwyn; Bus. • Vivian Ann Mc- 
Nair, Saucier; L.A. • Marvin Earl McQueen, Jr., Macon, 
Tenn.; Bus. • Charles Robert McRae, Miami, Fla.; Engr.; 
Sigma Nu. • Roy Lanctot McCroskey, Pascagoula; L.A.; Delta 
Gamma. 



Sixth Row: 

• Harmon Mabry, Birmingham; L.A. • Donald Grant Mac- 
Donald, Baird, Texas; L.A. • Kathleen MacDonald, Oxford; 
L.A.; Alpha Delta Pi. • Frances C. Mack, Tampa, Fla.; Educ. 

• James Robert Madson, Tucson, Ariz.; L.A. 



Seventh Row: 

• Susan E. MaGee, Shreveport, La.; Educ. • Joseph J. 
Mallini, Mobile, Ala.; L.A. • Robert J. Marascalco, Grenada; 
L.A.; Sigma Chi. • Anne Murray Marley, Memphis, Tenn.; 
L.A.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Judith Lucille Marlowe, Memphis, 
Tenn.; L.A.; Pi Beta Phi. 



Eighth Row: 

• Larry Mars, Picayune; Phar. 3. • Francis C. Marshall, Jr., 
Mississippi City; L.A.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Mary Kathleen 
Marshall, West Point; Educ; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Georqe 
Gilmore Martin, Vicksburg; L.A. • James Leland Martin, Jack- 
son; Bus.; Kappa Alpha. 



Ninth Row: 

• John William Martin, Grenada; Phar. 3; Alpha Tau Omega. 

• William Martin, Grenada; Phar. 3; Alpha Tau Omega. • 
William M. Martin, Jackson; Bus.; Kappa Alpha. • Rita J. 
Mashburn, Morton; L.A. • David Van Ness Mason, Nokomis, 
Fla.; L.A. • Nancy Susan Mason, Pontotoc; L.A. 






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JUNIORS 



First Row: 

• Fred Mitchell Massey, Tupelo; LA.; Phi Delta Theta. • 
Francis E. Maule, III, Norfolk, Va.; L.A. • Manelle P. Maurras, 
Fort Smith, Ark.; L.A.; Pi Beta Phi. • John Caldwell Maxwell. 
Pickens; L.A.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • James A. May, Batesville; 
Phar. 3. 



Second Row: 

• Sylvia Lee Mayfield Oxford; Educ; Alpha Omicron Pi. 

• John Henry Maynard, Tupelo; Bus.; Siqma Phi Epsilon. • 
Mildred L. Meacham, Senatobia; Educ; Delta Delta Delta. 

• Thomas A. Meeks, Corinth; L.A. • Johnnie Ruth Meqqs, 
Kosciusko; L.A. 



Third Row: 

• Euqene T. Menz, Arlinqton, Texas; L.A.; Siqma Phi Epsilon. 

• Carolyn Patricia Michaels, Clearwater, Fla.; L.A. • Robert 
C. Miller, Senatobia; Bus. • Elvin Wayne Mills, Laurel; Phar. 
3; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Wilmer Riddle Mills, Zachary, La.; 
L.A.; Kappa Siqma. 



Fourth Row: 

• Charles Roy Mitchell, Batesville; L.A. • Georqe F. Mlze, 
Mississippi City; Bus.; Kappa Psi. • Rebecca Dianne Mize 
Oxford; L.A. • Nancy L. Moak, Jackson; L.A.; Zeta Tau 
Alpha. • Joseph Thomas Monsour, Jackson; Bus.; Pi Kappa 
Alpha. 



Fifth Row: 

• Gid Montjoy, Greenwood; Bus.; Siqma Alpha Epsilon. • 
Robert Sabin Montjoy, Greenwood; L.A.; Siqma Chi. • Carol 
Moody, Sprinqville, Tenn.; Phar. 3. • Billy Gene Moore, Lake- 
wood, Calif.; L.A. • Georqe M. Moore, Jr., Senatobia; Bus.; 
Kappa Siqma. 



Sixth Row: 

• Marjorie Anne Moore, Rosedale; Educ; Chi Omeqa. • 
John Wesley Morris, Greenwood; L.A.; Beta Theta Pi. • 
Thomas Hanley Morris, Laurel; Phar. 3; Pi Kappa Alpha. • 
John Phillip Morrow, Lonq Beach; Enqr. • William C. Moss, 
Bay Sprinqs; Bus. 



Seventh Row: 

• James L. Mounce, Ecru; Bus. • Jennie L. Mounce, Pontotoc; 
Educ. • Ruth C. Mozinqo, Jackson; Educ; Kappa Delta. • 
Michele Diane Mullen, Oxford; Educ. • Marqaret Jane Mul- 
lins, Meadville; Phar. 3. 



Eighth Row: 

• Marqaret Dianne Naff, Birminqham, Ala.; L.A.; Delta 
Gamma. • Jimmy Ray Nanney, Fulton; L.A. • David M. Neal, 
Jr., Vicksburq; Phar. 3. • William Richard Neelly, Grenada; 
L.A.; Siqma Chi. • Janice C. Nell, Leland; L.A.; Alpha Delta 
Pi. 



Ninth Row: 

• Charles L. Nelson, McComb; Bus.; Siqma Alpha Epsilon. 

• Munson C. Neyland, Jr., Jackson; Bus.; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

• Buddy Raymond Nichols, McComb; L.A.: Siqma Nu. • 
Robert Euqene Nored, Greenwood; Bus.; Phi Delta Theta. 

• Thomas C. Null, Meridian; Bus. 













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First Row: 

• William L. Nunnery, Meridian; Bus.; Sigma Nu. • Elton 
Odom, Jr., Laurel; Bus. • Tabitha Flake Ogden, Mobile, Ala.; 
Educ; Chi Omega. • James Leslie Oliphant, Water Valley; 
Bus. • James Benton Oneal, Greenwood; Bus.; Sigma Chi. 



Second Row: 

• Ronnie Dean O'Neal, Wiggins; Phar. 3. • Rose Marie 
O'Neill, Marks; Educ. • Jess Michael Orenduff, El Paso, 
Texas; L.A. • Lynal Jay Owens, Greenville; L.A.; Delta Kappa 
Epsilon. • Carl William Paden, Greenville; Bus.; Beta Theta 
Pi. 



Third Row: 

• Patricia Olivia Palmer, Jackson; L.A.; Chi Omega. • Reg- 
inald E. Palmore, III, Cave City, Ky.; Bus. • Carolyn Pang, 
Greenville; Educ. • Charles R. Parker, Booneville; Phar. 3. 

• Fred F. Parker, II, Jackson; Phar. 3. 



Fourth Row: 

• Robert E. Parker, Jr., Meridian; Bus.; Phi Delta Theta. 

• Charles Buford Patton, Jackson; Bus. • Emil Pav, Jr., 
Sumrall; Phar. 3. • Lucinda Lee Payne, Clarksdale; Educ; 
Alpha Omicron Pi. • Mary Louise Payne, Bolton; Educ; 
Delta Delta Delta. 



Fifth Row: 

• Earl Eugene Pearson, Jr., Batesville; Bus. • James Alton 
Peden, Jr., Jackson; L.A.; Beta Theta Pi. • Jack Lee Pedersen, 
Warren, Pa.; L.A. • Clayton H. Pederson, Nashville, Tenn.; 
L.A.; Kappa Sigma. • Melissa Ann Pendleton, Covington, 
La.; Educ; Chi Omega. 



Sixth Row: 

• Sharron M. Pennington, Oxford; Educ. • Joseph A. Per- 
rault, Jr., Metairie, La.; Bus.; Kappa Sigma. • Hal Avery 
Perry, Memphis, Tenn.; Engr. • Margaret L. Peteet, Green- 
wood; L.A.; Kappa Delta. • Bonnie White Petering, Oxford; 
Educ. 



Seventh Row: 

• William Clinton Peterson, Dade City, Fla.; Bus. • Gary 
Keith Pettigrew, Houston, Tex.; Bus. • Fred G. Peyton, Vicks- 
burg; Bus.; Sigma Chi. • Morris Clayton Phillips, Carthage; 
Bus. • Samuel H. Phillips, Fort Smith, Ark.; Bus.; Phi Delta 
Theta. 



Eighth Row: 

• Virginia Anna Phillips, Laurel; L.A. • Weldon Patrick 
Phillips, Jackson; L.A.; Alpha Tau Omega. • Rosemary Pierce, 
Jackson; L.A.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Joanna Poole, Oxford; 
Educ; Delta Delta Delta. • Johnny Mellow Porteria, West 
Point; L.A. 



Ninth Row: 

• Lewis E. Powell, Dundee; Bus. • Margaret G. Powell, Cold- 
water; Educ; Delta Delta Delta. • Wade David Presley, Ox- 
ford; Bus.; Sigma Nu. • Hubert Powell Prewett, Pontotoc; 
Engr'.; Beta Theta Pi. • Bobby Nolan Price, Tupelo; Bus.; 
Sigma Nu. 






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First Row: 

• James Edwin Price, Jr., Amory; Bus.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

• Malcolm B. Price, Jr., Baton Rouqe, La.; Bus. • Tanya Jane 
Prichard; Meadville; Bus.; Alpha Delta Pi. • George Prince, 
Natchez; Enqr. • William B. Profilet, Jr., Jackson; L.A.; Pi 
Kappa Alpha. 



Second Row: 

• Milford Bernard Puckett, Magee; L.A.; Sigma Nu. • Jack 
Jolly Pugh, Brooksville; Bus. • Dixon Leroy Pyles, Jackson; 
L.A.; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • N. Faye Quick, Florence, Ala.; Bus. 

• Michael Dennis Quigley, Davenport, Iowa; L.A. 



Third Row: 

• Walter Smith Radcliffe, Jackson; Engr. • Joyce Anne 
Ramay, Annandale, Va.; L.A.; Alpha Delta Pi. • Jane Mellie 
Ramsey, Mt. Olive; Bus. • Louis M. Rawdon, Vicksburq; L.A.; 
Sigma Chi. • Glenda Rawson, Jackson; L.A.; Kappa Delta. 



Fourth Row: 

• Evelyn Diane Ray, Pontotoc; L.A. • Jonell Ray, Leach- 
ville, Ark.: L.A. • James C. Read, Mt. Pleasant; Educ. • 
Martha G. Reddoch. Jackson; Bus. • Doris Redmon, Finger, 
Tenn.; L.A. 



Fifth Row: 

• Richard Andre Reecht, Crystal City, Mo.; Bus.; Beta Theta 
Pi. • Ina Jacquelyn Reese, Bruce; Educ. • John Reeves, 
Pascagoula; Phar. 3. • John Richard Reuter, III, New Orleans, 
La.; L.A.; Beta Theta Pi. • Aubrey Carl Reynolds, Gulfport; 
Bus. 



Sixth Row: 

• Calrence L. Rhodes, Laurel; Phar. 3. • Janet Sue Rhodes, 
Batesville; Bus.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Lent Irwin Rice, II, 
Sumner; Bus.; Sigma Chi. • Arthur Danny Richardson, Carth- 
age; Phar. 3; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Johnny Arthur Richardson, 
Pelahatchie; Educ. 



Seventh Row: 

• Thomas Jarrett Richardson, Kosciusko; Bus. • Sara Raney 
Ridqway, Jackson; Bus. • Margaret Anne Riley, Jackson; L.A.; 
Kappa Delta. • Ethel Marie Ritchie, Natchez; Bus.; Delta 
Gamma. • Sandra E. Rivers, Hickory; Educ. 



Eighth Row: 

• Delmer W. Roane, Tunica; Educ. • Marianna Robbins, Ed- 
wards; Educ; Delta Delta Delta. • James Dixon Roberts, Shaw 
AFB, S.C.; L.A.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • John H. Roberts, II, 
Summit; Phar. 3. • Lloyd Eugene Roberts, Moss Point; Bus.; 
Sigma Nu. 



Ninth Row: 

• Sharon Eyleen Robinson, Picayune; L.A.; Phi Mu. • Wil- 
liam H. Robinson, Escatawpa; Bus. • Kerry D. Roby, Amory; 
L.A.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • William B. Rochelle, Ripley, 
Tenn.; L.A.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • V/endell Joseph Rose, Bruce; 
Engr. 




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First Row: 

• Alexandra Elizabeth Ross, Clarksdale; Bus.; Chi Omeqa. 

• Jerry M. Rowzee, Jackson; Educ. • Daniel Wriqht Roy, 
Oxford; Bus. • Brenda Lynn Rush, Hialeah, Fla.; L.A. • Ron- 
ald Truett Russell, Bay St. Louis; L.A.; Kappa Siqma. 



Second Row: 

• Robert C. Sanders, II, Sprinqfield, Ohio; Enqr. • John 
Ray Sartin, Jr., Tylertown; L.A.; Kappa Siqma. • Nancy Elaine 
Saunders, Newport News, Va.; L.A. • Terry Adam Schad, 
Peoria Heiqhts, III.; Bus.; Siqma Alpha Epsilon. • John G. 
Schaffer, Jr., Vicksburg; Enqr.; Siqma Chi. 



Third Row: 



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Bus. • Fred Walter Schmidt, Gulfport; 

Kenneth J. Schmidt, Cincinnati, Ohio; L.A. • Fred- 

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Fourth Row: 

• John Thomas Schwent, Helena, Ark.; L.A.; Beta Theta Pi. 

• Elizabeth Lee Scott, Cincinnati, Ohio; L.A.; Chi Omeqa. 

• Mary Duran Scott, Brandon, Fla.; L.A.; Alpha Omicron Pi. 

• Robert Pickett Scruqqs, Memphis, Tenn.; L.A.; Pi Kappa 
Alpha. • Robert Emmet Seibels, Jackson; L.A.; Sigma Chi. 



Fifth Row: 

• Martha K. Senter, Fulton; Educ. • Frances Seu, Greenville; 
Educ. • Timothy Dale Shaw, Memphis, Tenn.; L.A. • Lawson 
Everett Sheldon, Avon; Enqr.; Kappa Alpha. • Thomas Ed- 
win Shelton, Marks; Bus.; Phi Delta Theta. 



Sixth Row: 

• Marshall R. Sherman, Killarney, Fla.; Engr. • Ronald Nel- 
son Shinault, Somerviile, Tenn.; Bus. • Bernard Lorinq Shipp, 
Jackson; L.A.; Phi Kappa Psi. • Cleta Gordon Shirley, Jack- 
son; Educ; Chi Omeqa. • Jo Anne Shirley, Indianola; L.A.; 
Chi Omeqa. 



Seventh Row: 

• Samuel C. Shoemaker, Jr., Water Valley; Bus. • Kenneth 
E. Simmons, Fulton; Bus. • Catherine B. Simpson, Houston; 
L.A.; Delta Gamma. • Julia Toy Simpson, Shaw; Educ; Kappa 
Delta. • Anne Gillespie Smith, Greenwood; L.A.; Delta Delta 
Delta. 



Eighth Row: 

• Bernie Lynne Smith, Clarksdale; Bus.; Phi Delta Theta. • 
Billy W. Smith, Corinth; Educ. • Clinton Alexander Smith, 
Columbia, Ala.; L.A.; Alpha Tau Omeqa. • Dolores Ann 
Smith, McComb; L.A.; Kappa Delta. • Elizabeth Anne Smith, 
Bassfield; Educ; Alpha Omicron Pi. 



Ninth Row: 

• G. Witt Smith, Jr., Steele, Mo.; Bus.; Siqma Nu. • Harold 
0- Smith, Curundu, Canal Zone; Bus.; Phi Kappa Theta. • 
Lillian Lee Smith, Greenwood; Educ; Delta Delta Delta. • 
Robert Allen Smith, Heidelberq; L.A.; Sigma Nu. • Rosa 
Hyatt Smith, W. Memphis, Ark.; Educ; Delta Delta Delta. 



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JUNIORS 



First Row: 

• Susan Gail Smith, Picayune; Bus. • Bill Sterlinq Smithson, 
Jackson; Bus. • Sharon Ruth Snider, Sarah; Bus. • James C. 
Sparkman, Jackson; Engr. • William Collins Spencer, Holly 
Springs; L.A.; Sigma Chi. 



Second Row: 

• Linda Lee Stanfill, Grenada; Bus.; Kappa Delta. • Fred 
Edwin Stanley, Jr., Shubuta; Enqr. • Larry K. Stanley, Waynes- 
boro; Phar. 3. • Charles Odis Stanphill, Belmont; Bus. • 
James E. Stedman, Oxford; Phar. 3. 
Third Row: 



• Linda Ann Steele, Tutwiler; Educ; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Mar>, 
Catherine Stephens, Jackson; L.A.; Chi Omega. • Edward 
Arnold Steward, Hernando; L.A. • Amy R. Stewart, Tyler- 
town; Educ. • Dianne Stevens Still, Blytheville, Ark.; Educ; 
Delta Delta Delta. 



Fourth Row: 

• Earl Alvin St. John, Jr., Metairie, La.; Bus.; Sigma Phi 
Epsilon. • Barbara Fitch Straub, Warrington, Fla.; L.A.; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma. • Drennon Strawbrldge, Gibson; Enqr. • Wil- 
liam Eric Streed, Pascagoula; Engr.; Alpha Tau Omega • 
Thelma Kathleen Stribling, Bruce; Educ. 



Fifth Row: 

• Charles D. Sullivan, Greenville; L.A 

vant, Atlanta, Ga.; L.A.; Chi Omega 

hill, Vaiden; L.A. • Charlie Jones Swayze, Greenwood; Bus.; 

Phi Delta Theta. • Victor Edward Taber, Homestead, Fla.; 

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Sixth Row: 

• William O. Tankard, Nashville, Tenn.; Educ. • Edmund 
Warren Taylor, Jr., Jackson; L.A.; Alpha Tau Omega. • John 
Pierce Taylor, Seattle, Wash.; L.A. • Michael Everette 
Taylor, Ft. Benning; L.A. • Robert Lee Taylor, Dosey; Engr. 



Seventh Row: 

• Van Harbert Temple, Meadville; L.A.; Sigma Alpha Epsi- 
lon. • Anthony Lavon Thaxton, Greenwood; Bus.; Sigma Chi. 

• Michael John Thole, Smithtown, N.Y.; Bus.; Siqma Pi. • 
Carol Susan Thomas, Vicksburq; L.A. • Sheila Johnson Thom- 
ason, Rolling Fork; L.A.; Phi Mu. 



Eighth Row: 

• Eleanor E. Thompson, Starkville; L.A.; Chi Omeqa. • James 
F. Thompson, Jr., Water Valley; Educ. • Joe Lawrence Thomp- 
son, Laurel; Phar. 3; Kappa Alpha. • Joseph Robert Thomp- 
son, Memphis, Tenn-.; L.A. • Kay Thompson, Holly Springs; 
Bus.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 



Ninth Row: 

• Larry Angelo Thompson, Clarksdale; Bus.; Kappa Siqma. 

• Vance McLean Thompson, Memphis, Tenn.; Educ; Chi 
Omeqa. • William P. Thompson, Bentonia; L.A.; Phi Delta 
Theta. • Marqaret Jo Thornton, England, Ark.; Educ; Zeta 
Tau Alpha. • Roger Dale Thornton, Vaiden; Phar. 3. 







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First Row: 

• Mitchell M. Thrower, Tampa, Fla.; Bus.; Kappa Alpha. • 
John Ronald Tillman, Crystal Springs; Bus.; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

• Opal Gail Tillman, Bruce; L.A. • Robert J. Tiner, McLain; 
L.A. • John Braxton Todaro, Biloxi; Engr. 



Second Row: 

• Anne B. Tomlinson, Laurel; L.A.; Chi Omega. • George 
W. Tomlinson, Pascagoula; Bus.; Sigma Nu. • Brent Hill 
Traughber, Kentucky; Engr. • Janet Ayres Treppendahl, 
Woodville; Educ; Delta Gamma. • William Baxter Tucker, 
Pontotoc; Educ. 



Third Row: 

• Carl Vander Turnage, Aberdeen; Bus. • Douglas Dwight 
Turner, Belzoni; Bus.; Kappa Alpha. • John Hozie Turner, Jr., 
Jackson; Bus.; Phi Delta Theta. • Cayce G. Vance, Hatties- 
burg; Phar. 3. • Pamela Vaughn, Birmingham, Ala.; L.A.; Pi 
Beta Phi. 



Fourth Row: 

• Sandra Veazey, Coldwater; L.A. • William B. Vermillion, 
Bristol, Va.; L.A.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Dennis Wayne 
Voge, Baton Rouge, La.; L.A.; Alpha Tau Omega. • Gerald 
Dennis Wages, Tupelo; Bus. • Lynn Elaine Wagner, Memphis, 
Tenn.; L.A.; Zeta Tau Alpha. 



Fifth Row: 

• Jay Elliott Wahlberg, New Canaan, Conn.; Bus.; Phi Kappa 
Theta. • David Steven Walker, Heidelberg; Bus.; Sigma Nu. 

• Mary Gail Walker, Jackson; Educ; Delta Delta Delta. • 
Rebecca E. Walker, Fulton; Educ; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Nellie 
Kaye Wall, Meridian; Educ; Zeta Tau Alpha. 



Sixth Row: 

• Samuel W. Waller, Jr., Oxford; Phar. 3. • Tommy Halton 
Walman, Beaumont; Bus.; Sigma Nu. • Albert Gayden Ward, 
Jackson; L.A.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Gerald Wayne Warfield, 
Gulfport; Educ. • Emily Anne Warren, Louisville, Ky.; L.A.; 
Alpha Delta Pi. 



Seventh Row: 

• Jerl W. Watkins, Jackson; L.A. • Bruce Paul Watson, Miss. 
City; L.A. • Freddy C. Watts, Sardis; Phar. 3. • Benjamin 
V. L. Weathersby, McComb; L.A.; Beta Theta Pi. • Charles 
John Weeks, Jr., Memphis; L.A.; Beta Theta Pi. 



Eighth Row: 

• Monica Louise Weigel, Atlanta, Ga.; Educ. • Robert R. 
Wellman, Cleveland, Ohio; Bus. • David Kent Wells, Madi- 
sonville, Ky.; Educ; Sigma Chi. • Jan Elizabeth Wells, 
Waynesboro; Educ; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Steve C. Wells, Wes- 
son; L.A. 



Ninth Row: 

• Mattie E. Welty, Jackson; Educ; Pi Beta Phi. • Mary 
Anne Westerfield, Covington, Tenn.; L.A.; Delta Gamma. 

• Jan O. Westman, Des Plaines, III.; L.A.; Sigma Nu. • Ger- 
ald Bernard Wexler, Greenwood; L.A.; Phi Epsilon Pi. • James 
Harvey Wheeler, Jr., Marion, Ark.; Bus.; Sigma Nu. 



First Row: 

• Alvie F. White, University; Educ. • Donald Alexander 
White, Jackson; Bus.; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Donna White, 
West Point; L.A.; Chi Omega. • Eddie Pounds White, Boone- 
ville; L.A.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Jesse Lamar White, Jackson; 
L.A.i Beta Theta Pi. 



Second Row: 

• Susan Carol White, Holly Springs; Bus. • Bruce Langdon 
Whyte, Oliverea, N.Y.; Educ; Sigma Pi. • Patty Branch Wig- 
ginton, Goodman; Bus. • Mary Montrie Wilborn, Lambert; 
Phar. 3; Delta Gamma. • Richard Davis Wilcox, Laurel; Bus.; 
Sigma Nu. 



Third Row: 

• Jean Lee Wiley, Cleveland; L.A.; Phi My. • Alice Marie 
Wilkes, Dyersburg, Tenn.; L.A.; Chi Omega. • Jack Brown 
Wilkins, Grenada; Bus.; Kappa Sigma. • Trudy Ann Wilkins, 
Biloxi; L.A.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Sally W. Wilkins, Jackson; 
Educ. 



Fourth Row: 

• Charles Van Williams, Senatobia; L.A.; Sigma Alpha Epsi- 
lon. • David A. Williams, Bruce; Bus. • Kathy Williams, Gre- 
nada; L.A. • Kay Williams, Grenada; LA. • Leonard E. Wil- 
liams, Pascaooula; Phar. 3. 



Fifth Row: 

• Michael Cluster Williams, Fisk, Mo.; Educ. • David Ben- 
jamin Wilson, Jr., Jackson; L.A.; Sigma Nu. • Ernest W. Wil- 
son, Goodman; L.A. • Herman S. Wilson, Senatobia; L.A. 

• Martin Bernard Wilson, Pennsauken, N.J.; L.A. 



Sixth Row: 

• Rebecca Leigh Wilson, Hopkinsville, Ky.; L.A.; Delta 
Gamma. • Joseph F. Wing, Jonestown; Bus. • Michael Lloyd 
Womack, Hattiesburg; L.A.; Phi Kappa Psi. • James Altord 
Wood, Tehran; Bus.; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • William Chadwick 
Wood, Carthage; L.A.; Sigma Chi. 



Seventh Row: 

• C. Wesley Woodcock, Jr., Haddonfield, N.J.; Bus. • Mid- 
dleton L. Wootten, III, Pass Christian; L.A.; Delta Psi. • Mary 
F. Wright, Be!mont; Educ. • Susan Bourland Wright, Amory; 
L.A.; Phi Mu. • Allen Richard Yates, Shelby; L.A.; Phi Delta 
Theta. 



Eighth Row: 

• James Walter Yawn, Bogue Chitto; Bus. • Wiliiam Ernst 
Yelsik, White Plains, N.Y.; Educ; Sigma Pi. • Dennis Wayne 
Young, Drew; Bus. • Jerry Vernon Young, Oxford; Bus.; Sigma 
Nu. • Martha K. Young, Greenwood; Educ; Kappa Delta. 



Ninth Row: 

• Paul Francis Younghans, Mountainside, N.J.; Bus. 
Kappa Theta. • Jane Marshall Zinn, Leland; Educ. 



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First Row: 

• Frank Brian Abdo, Leland; L.A. • Alice Kay Abernethy, 
Okolona; L.A.; Chi Omega. • Katherine A. Abraham, Vicks- 
Burg; L.A.; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Judith Ann Adams, Oxford; 
Bus.; Delta Delta Delta. • Lyman D. Aldrich, Washington; 
Bus.; Delta Kappa Epsilon. 



Second Row: 

• Thomas A. Alexander, Evansville, Ind. ; Educ; Beta Theta 
Pi. • Virginia Louise Alexander, Columbus, Ohio; Educ; Alph 
Delta Pi. • Dianne L. Allen, Jackson; L.A.; Kappa Delta. • 
Joan Claire Allen, Winona; Educ; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

• Mary Douglas Allen, Canton; L.A.; Chi Omega. 



Third Row: 

• Robert Johnson Allen, Belmont; Bus.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • 
William Ragon Allen, Tupelo; Bus.; Sigma Nu. • George Bar- 
ron Alliston, Florence; Phar. 2. • Frank Andrew Anderson, 
Oxford; Engr. • Polly Chambers Anderson, Gloster; Bus. 



Fourth Row: 

• William Fenton Anderson, Yazoo City; Bus.; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. • Dalton W. Anthony, Tupelo; L.A. • Laurie Knox 
Anthony, Greenville; L.A.; Kappa Delta. • Phillip Lynn An- 
thony, Birmingham, Ala.; Phar. 2; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Kath- 
arine V. Armstrong, Tupelo; L.A.; Delta Gamma. 



Fifth Row: 

• John Frank Arnett, Oxford; L.A. • John W. Arnold, Jr., 
Grenada; L.A.; Sigma Chi. • Paul Harry Aron, Monroe, La.; 
Phar. 3; Phi Epsilon Pi. • Peggy Marcelle Ashmore, Water 
Valley; Educ. • James H. Ashworth, Orange, Va.; Bus.; Sigma 
Chi. 



Sixth Row: 

• Edna Sue Atkinson, Batesville; L.A. • William Edward At- 
kinson, Pickens; L.A.; Kappa Alpha. • Sandra Lee Aust, San 
Francisco, Calif.; L.A.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Tunell Con- 
stance Backlund, Waveland; L.A. • Michael Mathlas Baier, 
Meridian; L.A.; Phi Delta Theta. 



Seventh Row: 

• Martha Jean Bailey, Steele, Mo.; Educ; Zeta Tau Alpha. 

• Martha Carol Ballard, Tupelo; L.A. • William F. Ballen- 
tine, Maben; L.A.; Sigma Nu. • Clarence Q. Bannister, San 
Diego, Calif.; L.A. • Evelyn A. Barbour, Jackson; L.A. 



Eighth Row: 

• Diana June Barger, Tupelo; L.A.; Phi Mu. • Katherine N. 
Barlow, Jackson; L.A.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Terrell Wayne 
Barlow, Hattiesburg; Engr.; Delta Psi. • John William Bar- 
rett, Lexington; L.A.; Phi Delta Theta. • Meredith A. Bass, 
Jr., Hazelhurst; L.A.; Sigma Chi. 



Ninth Row: 

• James L. Beasley, Jr., Sherman; Bus.; Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

• Robert Lloyd Beasley, Greenwood; L.A.; Kappa Alpha. • 
Phyllis Janice Beckwith, Carrollton; L.A.; Alpha Omicron Pi. 

• Anna Margaret Bee, Jackson; L.A.; Kappa Delta. • John 
T. Bell, New Albany; L.A. 



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SOPHOMORES 



First Row: 

• Charlie William Benn, Jr., Carthaqe; Enqr. • James H. 
Bennett, III, Meridian; L.A.; Alpha Tau Omeqa. • James K. 
Bennett, New Albany; Educ; Siqma Nu. • Joe Eddins Ben- 
son, Marks; Bus. • Frank Berry, II, Corinth; Bus.; Siqma Phi 
Epsllon. 



Second Row: 

• Carolyn Ann Billinqs, Greenwood; Bus.; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. • Harriet Nelson Binford, Tupelo; Educ. • Sandra 
Lee Black, Jackson; Educ; Kappa Delta. • Lois Jean Bloch, 
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; L.A.; Alpha Delta Pi. • Linda Barbour 
Boone, Laurel; L.A.; Kappa Delta. 



Third Row: 

• James Penninqton Borden, Ocean Sprinqs; Enqr. • Larry 
Glenn Bourland, Manila, Ark.; L.A. • Bettie M. Bowen; Gren- 
ada, Enqr.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • David Maurice Boyd 
Jackson, L.A. • Joe Alister Brady, Jr., Jackson; L.A.; Phi 
Delta Theta. 



Fourth Row: 

• Carolyn R. Brandt, Oxford, Educ. • Bettye Jane Braswell, 
Memphis, Tenn.; Educ. • Frank Whitty Bratt, Moss Point; L.A. 

• Wanda Jean Brewer, Oxford; Bus. • Barry Wilson Bridq- 
forth, Nesbit; L.A.; Siqma Nu. 



Fifth Row: 

• Sue Carole Brister, McComb; Bus.; Chi Omeqa. • Gerald 
K. Brown, Meridian; L.A. • Linda Josephine Brown, Bruce; 
L.A. • Marilyn. L. Brown, New Orleans, La.; L.A. • Virqinia 
Nell Brown, Jackson; Educ; Kappa Delta. 



Sixth Row: 

• Marqaret Olivia Browne, Oxford; 

• Samuel A. Brunetti, Miami, Fla.; 
Bryant, University; L.A.; Siqma Nu. 
Helena, Ark.; L.A.; Phi Delta Theta. 
Coahoma; L.A.; Chi Omeqa. 



Bus.; Zeta Tau Alpha. 
L.A. • David Leiand 

• Frederick W. Bush, 

• Elizabeth S. Butler, 



Seventh Row: 

• Bonita Butterfield, Pascaqoula; L.A. • Patricia Anne Byrd, 
New York, N.Y.; Bus. • Cynthia Louise Cain, Canton; Educ; 
Delta Delta Delta. • Ralph F. Cameron, Jr., Collins; L.A.; 
Siqma Nu. • Jenninqs B. Camet, Jr., Biloxi; Bus.; Alpha Tau 
Omeqa. 



Eighth Row: 

• Norman Alexander Cannady, Meridian; Bus.; Sigma Phi 
Epsilon. • Bill Joe Cannan, Jackson; Bus. • Mary Carolyn 
Cannon, University; Educ. • Joann Therese Capparelle, Mi- 
ami, Fla.; L.A. • Melanie W. Carlisle, Gainesville, Fla.; Educ. 



Ninth Row: 

• Carol Ann Carrington, West Memphis, Ark.; L.A.; Alpha 
Omicron Pi. • Carolyn L. Carrinqton, Collierville, Tenn.; 
Educ; Delta Gamma. • Dorothy Anne Carter, Hattiesburq; 
Educ. • Elizabeth Chapman Carter, Senatobia; Bus.; Delta 
Delta Delta. • Carol Evelyn Cassidy, Boqalusa, La.; Educ; 
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First Row: 

• John Dexter Castle, Houston; L.A.; Sigma Chi. • James 
Leroy Catt, Jr., Clinton; Bus. • Mary E. Cauthen, Canton; 
Bus. • Manche Bennett Chotard, Columbus; Bus.; Sigma Nu. 

• Sammy Ming Chow, Clarksdale; Phar. 2. 



Second Row: 

• Reuben L. Chrestman, III, Helena, Ark.; L.A.; Sigma Nu. 

• Anson Bobby Chunn, Jackson; Bus. • Sandra Lynn Chustz, 
Jackson; Educ; Pi Beta Phi. • Alvah E. Clark, Jr., Ocean 
Springs; L.A.; Kappa Sigma. • Ann Carol Clark, Hattiesburq; 
Educ; Kappa Delta. 



Third Row: 

• Harold Nowlin Clark, West Point; Bus.; Phi Delta Theta. 

• James R. Clay, Nashville, Tenn.; LA.; Delta Kappa Epsi- 
lon. • William J. Clayton, Sardis; Educ; Alpha Tau Omega. 

• Burton C. Clemmer, II, Amarillo, Texas; L.A.; Delta Kappa 
Epsilon. • Karen Lynne Clifford, Houston, Texas; L.A.; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma. 



Fourth Row: 

• Judy Carolyn Cobb, Memphis, Tenn.; L.A.; Kappa Delta. 

• Edwin Tharp Cofer, Water Valley; L.A. • Billy Mack Cole- 
man, Denmark; L.A. • Doris K. Coleman, Pineville; Educ. 

• George E. Coleman, Jr., Corinth; L.A.; Sigma Chi. 



Fifth Row: 

• William D. Coleman, Jr., Jackson; L.A. • Carolyn Collier, 
Memphis, Tenn.; L.A. • Judith Ann Colvin, Greenwood; Bus.; 
Kappa Delta. • Wayne Peter Comer, Clark, N.J.; L.A. • 
Charles Stockton Conner, Birmingham; Engr.; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. 



Sixth Row: 

• Johnny F. Conwill, Amory; Educ. • Lora Cynthia Cook, In- 
verness, Fla.; Educ; Delta Gamma. • Lucius P. Cook, Mem- 
phis, Tenn.; L.A.; Kappa Alpha. • Michael Dale Cooke, Tu- 
pelo; L.A. • Helen L. Cooley, Corpus Christi, Texas; L.A.; 
Zeta Tau Alpha. 



Seventh Row: 

• Alton Lee Corban, Jr., Bogue Chitto; Phar. 2. • Tom A. 
Cothran, Jr., Lexington; Bus.; Sigma Pi. • Linda Lee Cotner, 
Proctor, Ark.; Educ; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Clara Dean 
Cox, Charleston; Educ. • John C. Cox, Water Valley; L.A. 



Eighth Row: 

• Peggy Ann Cresswell, Satartia; Educ; Kappa Kappa. 
Gamma • Rayner Jeanne Cromwell, Batesville; L.A.; Delta 
Gamma. • Will Ray Crouch, Courtland; L.A. • Elizabeth 
Viola Crowder, Hot Springs, Ark.; Educ. • Larry Lamont Cun- 
ningham, Louisville; L.A. 



Ninth Row: 

• Jane Catherine Custy, University; L.A. • James Joseph 
Davidson, Pottsville, Pa.; Engr.; Delta Psi. • John P. Davis, 
Corinth; Phar. 2; Sigma Nu. • Robert Sol Davis, Birming- 
ham, Ala.; L.A. • Sidney Dewitt Davis, Mendenhall; Bus. 



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SOPHOMORES 



First Row: 

• Stephanie Sue Davis, Memphis, Tenn.; Educ; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. • Dianne Mann Dewees, Madison; L.A.; Chi Omega. 

• Carole L. Dexheimer, New Orleans, La.; L.A. • Greqory 
Oliver Doiron, Vicksburg; Bus.- Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Sally 
Ann Dougherty, Coldwater; L.A. 



Second Row: 

• Dennis Albert Doyle, Woodbridge, Va.; L.A.; Phi Kappa 
Psi. • Richard E. Ducker, Roxie; Phar. 2; Alpha Tau Omega. 

• Lois Jean Dunmire, Windber, Pa.; L.A. • Anna C. Dunn, 
Yazoo City; Educ; Chi Omega. • Arnold Douglas Dyre, 
Grenada; Phar. 2; Pi Kappa Alpha. 



Third Row: 

• Brenda Sue Eaton, Sumrall; L.A.; Chi Omega. • Frederick 
E. Edmondson, Vardaman; Phar. 2. • Mary E. Edmonson, Co- 
lumbus; L.A.; Chi Omega. • James Carlton Elkins, Albany, 
Ga.; L.A. • James Allison Elliott, Holly Springs. Bus.; Sigma 
Pi. 



Fourth Row: 

• Richard W. Elliott, Jr., Oxford; Bus. • Marylyn Page Ellis, 
Huntsville, Ala.; L.A.; Chi Omega. • Carl S. Erichsen, Moss 
Point; L.A. • John Pointer Estes, Como; Bus.; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. • Franklin Gibson Eubanks, Ruleville; L.A.; Beta 
Theta Pi. 



Fifth Row: 

• Keren Ellen Everett, Greenwood; L.A.: Chi Omega. • 
Douglas L. Everitt, Waynesboro; Bus. • Euqene Love Fair, 
Louisville; L.A.; Phi Delta Theta. • Beverly F. Fairchild, 
Crowell, Texas; Educ; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Linda Dearinq 
Faneca, Harrisburg, Ark.; Educ. 



Sixth Row: 

• Connie Ann Favret, Ocean Springs; L.A.; Phi Mu. • Ned 
A. Feltenstein, Meridian; Bus.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Nancy 
Lynn Fenstermacher, Vicksburg; L.A.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

• Margaret Ellen Ferguson, Jackson; L.A.; Zeta Tau Alpha. 

• Rebecca Ferguson, Dewitt, Ark.; Educ; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. 



Seventh Row: 

• Sharon Cecille Fernan, Madison, Wise; L.A.; Zeta Tau 
Alpha. • Rita Joy Fitchett, Oxford; L.A.; Zeta Tau Alpha. • 
Bonnie Jane Fleming, Panama City, Fla.; L.A.; Alpha Delta 
Pi. • Stephen Spradley Foose, Oxford; Engr. • Larry Allen 
Force, Jackson; Bus. 



Eighth Row: 

• Janet Lynn Ford, Vicksburg; L.A. • Beverly Sue Forrest, 
Gulfport; Educ; Phi Mu. • Marilyn Pauline Foster, Oxford; 
Phar. 2. • Robert W. Frasier, III, Meridian; L.A. • Shirley 
Ann Fratesi, Leland; L.A.; Kappa Delta. 



Ninth Row: 

• Susan Louise French, Pass Christian; Educ; Phi Mu. • 
Donald Edward Frey, Jr., Cleveland; L.A.; Kappa Alpha. • 
Caroline C. Frith, Tampa, Fla.; Bus.; Phi Mu. • Don Luis 
Fruge, Meridian; Bus.; Sigma Chi. • Norman B. Fulton, Olive 
Branch; L.A. 



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First Row: 

• Charles Watkins Fyfe, Lula; Bus. • William Thomas Gat- 
es rd, Water Valley; L.A. • Harold F. Galatian, Beachwood, 
N.J.; Bus.; Phi Kappa Psi. • Fredrick Khanshan Ganji, Ahwaz 
Iran; Enqr. • Helen C. Garrison, Jackson; Educ; Chi Omega. 



Second Row: 

• Hugh William Gates, III, University; Bus. • Frank G. Gay, 
Ripley; Bus. • Jere Gibert, Gunnison; LA.; Chi Omega. • 
Carole E. Gifford, Rienzi; Bus. • Newton Gregq Gill, Clin- 
ton; Engr.; Pi Kappa Alpha. 



Third Row: 

• William Barry Gillespie, Greenwood; L.A.; Sigma Chi. • 
Edmond J. Girot, St. Petersburg, Fla.; Educ; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. • John M. Glicco, Meridian; Bus. • Albert Leroy 
Godwin, Jr., Gulfport; Bus.; Sigma Nu. • William R. Gott- 
shall, Jr., Hobbs, N.M.; Bus.; Sigma Nu. 



Fourth Row: 

• Joe Elijah Graves, Birmingham, Ala.; Educ. • Sally Jean 
Green, Pass Christian; L.A.; Phi Mu. • William Michael 
Green, Victoria, Texas; L.A.; Phi Kappa Psi. • James K. 
Gregory, Nashville, Tenn.; Bus.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Julius 
V. Griffith, Jr., Raleioh; Bus. 



Fifth Row: 

• Lynda Ann Grimes, Biloxi; L.A.; Delta Delta Delta. • Phyl- 
is Merida Guest, Pass Christian; Educ; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

• Robert Allan Guyton, Jackson; L.A.; Sigma Chi. • Pa- 
tricia M. Haines, Marianna, Ark.; Educ. • Larry B. Hall, 
Jackson; Phar. 2; Sigma Nu. 



Sixth Row: 

• Sandra Nell Hall, Ocean Springs; L.A.; Delta Gamma. • 
Sylvia Ann Hall, Oxford; Bus. • Linda Dawn Hanberry, Lau- 
rel; Bus. • John W. Hancock, Scottsburg, Ind.; Phar. 2. • 
Mary Ann Hancock, Meridian; L.A.; Chi Omega. 



Seventh Row: 

• Sheila Diane Hansen, Biloxi; Educ; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

• Bryan Brand Harper, Meridian; Bus.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • 
Charles E. Harper, Jackson; L.A.; Kappa Alpha. • Horace 
Wilson Harpole, Dyer, Tennessee; L.A. • Doris Moredock 
Harris, Oxford; Phar. 2. 



Eighth Row: 

• Sammie D. Harris, Dorsey; Bus. • Elizabeth P. Harrison, 
Greenville; L.A.; Delta Gamma. • Louise S. Harrison, Indian- 
apolis, Ind.; L.A.; Phi Mu. • Glenn Wesley Harwell, luka; 
Phar. 2; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Ronnie Lawson Hathorn, 
Louisville; Phar. 2. 



Ninth Row: 

• Louis Franklin Haven, III, Forrest City, Ark.; Educ • 
Joseph G. Hawkins, Madisonville, Ky.; Engr.; Sigma Chi. • 
Pamela Marshall Haworth, Jefferson, Texas; Educ; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma. • Stephen Fred Hedges, Water Valley; Engr. 

• Roland W. Heidelberg, III, Hattiesburg; L.A.; Sigma Chi. 



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SOPHOMORES 



First Row: 

• Winifred Ruth Heliums, Oxford; Phar. 2. • Robert Carl 
Helms, Cleveland; L.A. • Mary katherine Henry, Birmingham, 
Ala.; Bus.; Kappa Delta. • Wayne Walker Herrinqton, Meri- 
dian; L.A. • Beverly Merle Hester, Pontotoc; Educ. 



Second Row: 

• William Siewart Hester, Jackson; L.A. • James S. Hicks, 
Natchez; L.A.; Phi Delta Theta. • Carroll Jane Higgins, New 
Orleans, La.; Educ; Delta Gamma. • Harold Ex Hill, Green- 
wood; L.A.; Alpha Tau Omega. • James M. Hill, Tupelo; 
L.A. 



Third Row: 

• Raymond Eugene Himes, Jr., Greenwood; L.A.; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon. • Douglas John Hodges, Bethesda, Maryland; 
Bus. • Hancel Holder, Richton; Educ. • Mary Ann Holliday, 
Jackson; Bus. • John G. Hollingsworth, Jr., Meadville; L.A.; 
Sigma Nu. 



Fourth Row: 

• Margaret Ann Horn, Corinth; L.A. • Pamela Ann Hotard, 
Metairie, La.; Educ; Delta Gamma. • Thomas Ford Houston, 
Pascagoula; L.A. • Octavia E. Howard, Jackson; Bus.; Phi Mu. 

• Sara Christine Howard, Duck Hill; LA.; Phi Mu. 



Fifth Row: 

• Diane E. Howell, Greenville; L.A.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

• Sue C. Hubbard, Jackson; Phar. 2. • Melvina Letitia Hud- 
son, Sumrall; Bus. • Robert E. Huey, Jr., Gulfport; Phar. 2. 

• G. Carol Hughey, Jonesboro, Ark.; Educ; Kapa Delta. 



Sixth Row: 

• William James Hunt, Sardis; L.A.; Alpha Tau Omega. • 
Walter H. Isaacson, Crystal Lake, III.; L.A. • George Henry 
Jabour, Vicksburg; Bus.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Kenneth D. Jack- 
son, Tupelo; Bus. • M. Davoudzadeh Jamili, Kayvan St., Teh- 
ran, Iran; Engr. 



Seventh Row: 

• James Albert Johnson, Tylertown; Educ. • Jean Chambless 
Johnson, Jackson; L.A.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Judith Ann 
Johnson, McGehee, Ark.; Educ; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Marvin 
Carey Jones, West Point; Phar. 2. • Mary A. Jones, Byhalia; 
Educ. 



Eighth Row: 

• Robert T. Jones, Amory; L.A.; Sigma Chi. • Tony Earnest 
Jones, Amory; L.A. • Mary Carolyn Jordan, Columbia; Educ. 

• Sara Catherine Jordan, Kosciusko; L.A.; Delta Delta Delta. 

• Richard Joseph Joseph, Kosciusko; L.A.; Beta Theta Pi. 



Ninth Row: 

• Leigh V. Josephson, Flossmoor, III., Educ; Deita Gamma. 

• Betty Diamond Jue, Clarksdale; L.A. • Laura Mavis Jus- 
tice, Jackson; L.A.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Mary W. Kav- 
anaugh, Grenada; L.A.; Chi Omega. • Stratford Haman 
Kay, Pittsboro; L.A. 




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First Row: 

• Thomas B. Kellum, Jr., Louise; Bus.; Kappa Alpha. • James 
Calhoun Kelly, Jackson; Educ. • Glenn Larry Kerr, Jackson; 
Educ. • Michael D. Kershaw, Memphis, Tenn.; L.A.; Alpha 
Tau Omega. • Virqinia Jean Kinard, Jackson; Educ; Kappa 
Delta. 



Second Row; 

• Stanley Catherine King, Potts Camp; L.A. • John Piqford 
Kirk, Greenville; Bus.; Kappa Alpha. • Thomas D. Kirschten, 
Greenwood; L.A.; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Charles Stroud Knight, 
Mt. Olive; L.A. • Edwin Errol Kroeker, Ft. Pierce, Fla.; L.A. 



Third Row: 

• James A. Lane, Mendenhall; Phar. 2. • Robert Alexander 
Lane, Jackson; Bus.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Berry Laron Lan- 
nom, McMinnville, Tenn.; Bus.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Patricia 
Jean Latta, Jackson; L.A.; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Bobby Ray 
Lawson, Oxford; Engr. 



Fourth Row: 

• William A. Leatherman, Jr., Robinsonville; Bus.; Phi Kappa 
Psi. • Jacquelyn J. Ledbetter, Jackson; Bus.; Phi Mu. • Wil- 
liam Boyce Lee, Winona; Educ; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Wil- 
liam B. Lemons, III, Winter Haven, Fla.; Bus.; Kappa Sigma. 

• Karen Ann Lewis, Bay St. Louis; L.A. 



Fifth Row: 

• Larry Lisle Lewis, Jackson; L.A.; Kappa Sigma. • William 
Irvin Lewis, Jackson; L.A. • Karan Louise Lindhorst, Memphis, 
Tenn.; Bus. • Joseph R. Lipscomb, Columbus; L.A.; Kappa 
Alpha. • Bette B. Litchfield, Corinth; L.A.; Kappa Delta. 



Sixth Row: 

• John Bunyan Lloyd, Jr., Long Beach; Bus. • James Robert 
Lockard, Ocean Springs; L.A. • John W. Locovare, Staten 
Island, N.Y.; L.A. • William Stephen Loden, Inverness; L.A.; 
Pi Kappa Alpha. • Edward Richard Loeber, Verplanck, N.Y.; 

Educ. 



Seventh Row: 

• Marquerite Griffin Lokey, Amarillo, Texas; L.A.; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma. • Felice Lomangino, University; Engr. • Dan 
Wade Lomax, Waynesboro; L.A. • Paul Leonidus Long, Blythe- 
ville, Ark.; L.A. • William Washburn Lott, Columbus; L.A. 



Eighth Row: 

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• Marlin Gerald Lowrimore, Laurel; Phar. 2. • Jane 1 

Lundberg, Grenada; Educ; Phi Mu. • Sharon Cour 

Lynch, Oxford; Educ; Kappa Delta. • Mary Margaret 

Clure, Corinth; Educ; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Lloyd H. McCli 



Ellen 

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Lynch, Oxford; Educ; Kappa Delta. • Mary Margaret Mc- 

Clure, Corinth; Educ; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Lloyd H. McClusky, 

Ripley; Bus.; Delta Kappa Epsilon. 



Ninth Row: 

• Elizabeth Ann McConnell, Tupelo; L.A.; Chi Omeqa. • 
Edward Lewis McCool, Grenada; Bus.; Beta Theta Pi. • Holly 
Anne McCreight, Meridian; L.A.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • 
Mary Carmille McCullouch, Oxford; Educ; Delta Gamma. 

• Robert Charles McDaniel, Kennedy, Ala.; Educ. 






362 



SOPHOMORES 



First Row: 

• Roger D. McDaniel, Memphis, Tenn.; Educ; Pi Kappa 
Alpha. • Leland McDivitt, Amory; Phar. 2.; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. • Burchette S. McFarland, Bolivar, Tenn.; Bus.; Alpha 
Tau Omega. • William C. McGehee, Jr., Natchez; Bus.; Delta 
Kappa Epsilon. • Gloria Jeanette McGuire, Jackson; Phar. 
2.; Alpha Delta Pi. 



Second Row: 

• Nancy Holland McHaney, Henderson, Tenn.; L.A. • 
Charles A. McKnight, Jaclcson; Phar. 2. • Everett A. McKnight 
Jr., Oakhills, Ala.; L.A.; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • John Purves 
McLaurin, Oxford; L.A.; Sigma Chi. • Christie McLennan, 
Houston, Texas; Educ; Delta Delta Delta. 



Third Row: 

• Barbara W. McMillen, Oxford; Educ. • Frederic K. Mc- 
Neel, Jr., Metairie, La.; Bus.; Kappa Sigma. • Joe Welda Mc- 
Neese, Columbia; Bus.; Sigma Chi. • Mildred C. McNeil, 
Mobile, Ala.; Educ; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Robert Wil- 
liam Macaleese, Indianapolis, Ind.; L.A. 



Fourth Row: 

• Jane K. Magruder, McComb; L.A.; Chi Omega. • Hemant 
C. Maheshwari, Mirzapur, India; Engr. • Jean Yvonne Maitre, 
New Orleans, La.; Bus.; Kappa Delta. • Michael James 
Malouf, Jackson; L.A.; Phi Kappa Psi. • Toni Carol Malvezzi, 
Clarksdale; Bus.; Kappa Delta. 



Fifth Row: 

• Judith Ann Marks, Booneville; L.A. • James G. Martin, Jr., 
Tupelo; L.A. • June Lovell Martin, Jackson; L.A.; Delta Delta 
Delta. • Maretta Anne Martin, Leakesville; Phar. 2; Pi Beta 
Phi. • Maurice Bryan Martin, Vardaman; Phar. 2. 



Sixth Row: 

• Elmer William Matthews, Scott; Educ. • Roger Errol Mau- 
zey, Memphis, Tenn.; Engr.; Kappa Sigma. • Charlotte Rita 
Mayo, Ocean Springs; Educ; Phi Mu. • Helen R. Meek, Uni- 
versity; Educ. • Robert C. Mellon, Bolton; Bus. 



Seventh Row: 

• Susan Grey Metcalf, Nashville, Tenn.; L.A.; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. • Kathleen Joan Meyer, Springfield, III.; L.A.; Kappa 
Delta. • Barry Ivan Mickey, Urbana, III.; L.A. • Billy Maurice 
Miller, Pascagoula; Bus.; Sigma Nu. • Frederic L. Miller, 
Shreveport, La.; Bus.; Delta Kappa Epsilon. 



Eighth Row: 

• Linda K. Miller, Vincennes, Ind.; Bus.; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. • Ray Shelby Miller, Jackson; Bus. • Alice Jeanette 
Mitchell, Kennett, Mo.; Educ; Zeta Tau Alpha. • James 
Edwin Mitchell, Panama City; Educ; Delta Psi. • Judith Ann 
Mitchell, Grenada; Educ; Kappa Delta. 



Ninth Row: 

• Lucy Evelyn Mitchell, Panama City; L.A.; Zeta Tau Alpha. 

• Sue Powers Mitchell, Memphis, Tenn.; Educ: Kappa Delta. 

• Carol L. Montgomery, Decatur; L.A.; Zeta Tau Alpha. • 
Holt Montgomery, Laurel; L.A.; Kappa Alpha. • Patricia Anne 
Moore, Winnsboro, La.; L.A.; Phi Mu. 











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First Row: 

• William Frank Moore, Jr., Byhalia; Bus.; Sigma Chi. • 
John Walton Morgan, III, Jackson; Bus. • Judith Lynn Mosal, 
Jackson; L.A.; Delta Gamma. • David J. Mottley, Westfield, 
N.J.; Bus.; Phi Kappa Theta. • Charles Jimmy Mullins, McCall 
Creek; Phar. 2; Alpha Tau Omeqa. 



Second Row: 

• Mary Patricia Mulvilie, Chevy Chase, Md.; Educ. • Alan 
Linn Murphree, Houston; L.A.; Beta Theta Pi. • Thomas 
Dulaney Murry, Oxford; L.A.; Phi Delta Theta. • Jane Mc- 
Keage Nail, Memphis, Tenn.; Educ; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

• Allen W. Neel, Lucedale; L.A. 



Third Row: 

• Herman Benjamin Nelken, Greenville; Bus. • James Hardin 
Nelson, Crystal Springs; Bus. • James Ray Nelson, luka; L.A.; 
Kappa Sigma. • Ronald Gene Newberry, Oxford; Engr. • 
Edwin Randolph Noble, Jr., Lorman; L.A. 



Fourth Row: 

• John W. Noble, Fayette; L.A.; Kappa Alpha. • David R. 
Norman, Calhoun City; L.A. • Robert B. Northern, Jackson; 
Phar. 2; Sigma Nu. • William Mayhew Nunley, Carrollton; 
Bus. • Cheryl Ann Nutt, Crossett, Arkansas; L.A. 



Fifth Row: 

• Robert Edward Oakley, Bruce; L.A. • Joseph Frank Odom, 
Vicksburg; Bus.; Phi Delta Theta. • Alicia Sue Odrago, Li- 
vonia, Michigan; L.A. • Lessley F. Oliver, Grenada; Educ; 
Chi Omega. • Maureen Y. Orourke, Brookhaven; Bus.; Pi Beta 
Phi. 



Sixth Row: 

• Richard Neil Ousley, Huntsville, Ala.; L.A.; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. • Eleanor Lynne Overby, Brandon; Bus. • Charles 
Raymond Owen, Memphis, Tenn.; Engr. • Anthony J. Palukaitis, 
North Haledon, N.J.; Bus.; Sigma Pi. • Thomas James Parker, 
Daytona Beach, Fla.; Educ. 



Seventh Row: 

• Vickie L. Parker, Lucedale; L.A.; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Burt 
L. Patterson, Jackson; Phar. 2. • James Cecil Patterson, Hol- 
landale; Bus.; Kappa Alpha. • Rex Nelson Paul, Greenville; 
L.A. • Roger L. Paulson, Madison, Ind.; Bus.; Sigma Pi. 



Eighth Row: 

• Ida Joeann Pavlick, Amory; Educ. • Mary K. Payne, Lauder- 
dale; Educ. • Susan Lucretia Peeler, Amory; Educ; Alpha 
Delta Pi. • Sandra Elaine Perkins, Moss Point; Bus.; Phi Mu. 

• Suzanne L. Permenter, Greenville; Educ; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. 



Ninth Row: 

• Charles D. Perry, Oxford; Educ. • Mary Ellen V. Phelps, 
Ntta Yuma; Educ. • Michael Rudd Phillips, Mississippi City; 
Phar. 2. • Stanley Frederick Pielak, Pascagoula; Bus.; Sigma 
Pi. • Helen House Pilkinton, Columbus; L.A.; Delta Delta 
Delta. 



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SOPHOMORES 



First Row: 

• Helen D. Pillow, Itta Bena; L.A.; Delta Delta Delta. • Rome 
Dabbs Polsgrove, Shannon; LA.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • John 
Arthur Porter, Vicksburg; LA.; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Thelda 
M. Powell, Picayune; Educ. • Mary E. Powers, Lamont; LA.; 
Chi Omega. 



Second Row: 

• Clarence Dickens Prange, Memphis, Ten.; Bus.; Beta Theta 
Pi. • Cealia Jane Price, Jackson; LA.; Chi Omega. • Hugh 
Gordon Price, Greenwood; Bus. • Sarah Evelyn Price, Uni- 
versity; Educ; Delta Gamma. • James Thomas Pryor, Jr., 
Oxford; Bus.; Alpha Tau Omega. 



Third Row: 

• Patricia Alice Puckett, Columbus; LA.; Delta Delta Delta. 

• Cecilia Odile 0"i n . Vicksburg; LA.; Chi Omega. • Daniel 
Rabinowitz, Allentown, Pa.; Bus.; Phi Epsilon Pi. • Hussein 
Rachedi, Teheran, Iran; Engr. • John Dallas Raines, Jackson; 
LA.; Pi Kappa Alpha. 



Fourth Row: 

• Edward W. Rampy, Water Valley; Bus. • Patricia Ann 
Randall, Gloster; LA. • James Curtis Randle, Pontotoc; LA.; 
Delta Psi. • Enid Anne Redding, Ocean Springs; LA. • Jan 
Elizabeth Reddock, Stringer; LA.; Alpha Omicron Pi. 



Fifth Row: 

• John F. Reed, Jr., Fairfield, Conn.; Bus. • Larry W. Reed, 
Holly Springs; Bus. • Thomas Edwin Rester, Ackerman; Phar. 
2; Alpha Tau Omega. • Ernest Darden Reynolds, Jr., Clinton; 
LA.; Sigma Nu. • Karen Sue Rich, Gulfport; Educ. 



Sixth Row: 

• Mary Jo Riddell, Biloxi; Bus.; Delta Gamma. • Nori Lee 
Riddle, Memphis, Tenn.; L.A. • Robert R. Roberts, Jr., Belzoni; 
Engr. • William Francis Roberts, Pascagoula; L.A.; Sigma 
Nu. • Ronnie A. Robinson, Laurel; Bus. 



Seventh Row: 

• Mighan Ann Rockey, Tupelo; L.A. • Lelia J. Ross, Clarks- 
dale; Educ; Phi Mu. • Roberta Grace Ross, Clarksdale; Educ; 
Chi Omega. • Sandra Senter Ross, Oxford; Educ. • Alfred 
Wayne Rowan, Greenwood; Bus.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



Eighth Row: 

• Mary Elaine Rowell, Morehouse, Missouri; Educ. • Fred 
Wallace Rushton, Jr., Tunica; L.A.; Beta Theta Pi. • Robert 
Pritchard Russell, Oxford; L.A.; Sigma Chi. • Harry S. Sand- 
ers, Columbus; L.A.; Kappa Alpha. • John Edgar Sanders, 
Kosciusko; Phar. 2. 



Ninth Row: 

• Nancy Ann Sandifer, Jackson; L.A. • James Kindred Saul, 
Hattiesburg; Bus. • Jeffrey LLoyd Sauls, Tylertown; L.A.; 
Sigma Chi. • John Emery Sawyer, III, Cleveland; L.A. • 
Daniel McGehee Scarbrough, Meadville; L.A.; Sigma Chi. 




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First Row: 

• Eugene R. Schnierle, Harrisburq, III.; Educ. • Marthackle 
A. Schwartz, Unionville, Mich.; L.A. • Barry Charles Scott, 
Louisville; L.A. • Don Bacot Scott, Hazlehurst; Bus.; Sigma 
Chi. • Martha Maynette Seay, Oxford; L.A.; Delta Gamma. 



Second Row: 

• Homer Wesley Sebren, Jr., Jackson; L.A.; Beta Theta Pi. 

• Ronald Victor Sekul, Biloxi; Phar. 2; Alpha Tau Omega. • 
Carol Kern Sellers, Mobile, Ala.; L.A.; Chi Omega. • James 
Edward Sewell, Memphis, Tenn.; Bus.; Delta Kappa Epsilon. 

• Walter M. Shackelford, La Grange, Ga.; L.A.; Sigma Nu. 



Third Row: 

• David Eugene Shands, Tupelo; L.A.; Phi Delta Theta. • 
Nathan P. Shappley, III, Gore Sprinqs; L.A.; Sigma Nu. • 
Evelyn Cole Shaw, Oxford; L.A. • John Calvin Sheffield, 
Helena, Ark.; L.A.; Kappa Sigma. • Carey C. Shelby, Clarks- 
dale; Bus. 



Fourth Row: 

• JoAnn Shelton, Dallas, Texas; L.A.; Delta Delta Delta. • 
Vicki Ray Shope, Dalton, Ga.; L.A. • James Gary Sigler, 
Waynesboro; Bus. • Leslie Howard Siltman, Batesville; Bus.; 
Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Jane Bingham Simpson, Shaw; L.A.; 
Kappa Delta. 



Fifth Row: 

• Jerry Lonn Sims, Meridian; L.A. • Janet Allen Singletary, 
Jackson; L.A.; Delta Gamma. • Gary Lee Sisco, Bolivar, Tenn.; 
Engr.; Sigma Nu. • Martha Frances Smira, Jackson; L.A.; 
Kappa Delta. • John Lowe Smith, Jackson; Educ. 



Sixth Row: 

• Karen Ann Smith, Laurel; Educ. • Linda Jane Smith, Jack- 
son, Tenn.; Educ; Alpha Delta Pi. • Sandra Wynn Smith, Bar- 
rington, III.; L.A.; Pi Beta Phi. • William Fielding Smith, 
Houston, Texas; L.A. • John Boswell Sneed, II, Gulfport; 
Bus.; Sigma Nu. 



Seventh Row: 

• Marcia B. Spratlin, University; Bus. • Carol Staggers, West 
Point; L.A.; Delta Gamma. • Jacquelyn M. Stahlman, Natchez; 
Bus.; Pi Beta Phi. • Marshall Hal Stanger, Las Vegas, Nev.; 
L.A. • Michael Steven Starnes, Oxford; Bus. 



Eighth Row: 

• Dianne Steel, Oxford; Bus. • Gary Allan Stewart, Prichard, 
Ala.; L.A. • H. F. Foster Stewart, Trussville, Ala.; Educ. • 
Johnny Clifton Stewart, Grenada; Bus.; Alpha Tau Omeqa. 

• William C. Strawbridge, Aberdeen; Bus.; Sigma Chi. 



Ninth Row: 

• Frederick P. Strickland, Montevallo, Ala.; Bus. • Nona Kay 
Strickland, Hattiesburg; Phar. 2. • Carole Ann Storng, Biloxi; 
Educ. • Michael R. Swetland, Grenada; Educ. • Karen Thomp- 
son Taggart, Jackson; Bus. 



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SOPHOMORES 



First Row: 

• Herman Eugene Haylor, Jr., Memphis; Bus. • Jessie Roma 
Taylor, Verona; L.A.; Phi Mu. • Leslie Edward Taylor, Jr., 
Vicksburg; Educ. • Rebecca Kay Taylor, Hazlehurst; Bus.; 
Phi Mu. • Robert Parrish Taylor, Jr., Memphis, Tenn.; Educ; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



Secound Row: 

• Willard Roy Taylor, Trenton, Tenn.; L.A. • Terry Ann Teas- 
ley, Alexandria, Virginia; L.A.; Delta Delta Delta. • William 
John Tehan, III, Rivera Beach, Maryland; Enqr. • Gabriela 
Teichert, University; Educ. • Steve Wayne Terracin, Green- 
ville; Bus.; Kappa Alpha. 



Third Row: 

• Joy Moore Ti nd all, Indianola; Educ; Chi Omega. • Mary 
Lynn Todaro, Biloxi; Educ. • Cowles Horton Townes, Grenada; 
Bus.; Alpha Tau Omega. • Lynn Lovell Treppendahl, Wood- 
ville; Educ; Delta Gamma. • Paul Trussell, Jr., Jackson; L.A. 



Fourth Row: 

• Elizabeth Jan Tumasz, Jackson; L.A.; Zeta Tau Alpha. • 
El iza bet h S. Tumlinson, Jackson; L.A. • Edith Waits Turley, 
Leland; L.A.; Phi Mu. • Daniel H. Turnell, Jamestown, N.Y.; 
L.A.; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Billy F. Turner, New Albany; Bus. 



Fifth Row: 

• John Herschel Turner, Sledge; Bus. • William Henry Turner, 
Aberdeen; Bus.; Sigma Nu. • Carol Ann Turnipseed, Jackson; 
Educ; Chi Omega. • Larry Don Underwood, Moore, Okla- 
homa; L.A.; Sigma Nu. • Anne Melrose Urguart, Mobile, 
Ala.; Educ. 



Sixth Row: 

• Margaret M. Vaughan, Canton; Educ; Delia Delta Delta. 

• Robert Curtis Vaughan, Memphis, Tenn.; L.A. • Ganel 
Eason Veazey, Coldwater; L.A.; Delta Delta Delta. • Mxhael 
Cooper Vinson, Jackson; Phar. 2. • Bargen Roy A. Von, Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio; Bus.; Alpha Tau Omega. 



Seventh Row: 

• Mildred Allene Waits, Lealand; L.A.; Phi Mu. • Ruth Lafon 
Walcott, Greenville; L.A.; Chi Omeqa. • Jessyca Elisebeth 
Waldran, Memphis, Tenn.; L.A.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • 
Ollie Jean Walker, Crowder; L.A. • Virginia lone Walker, 
Memphis, Tenn.; Educ; Chi Omega. 



Eighth Row: 

• Ronald K. Wallace, Corinth; Bus. • Toby Mack Wallace, 
Shuqualak; L.A.; Delta Psi. • Douglas Carroll Walker, Ox- 
ford; Engr. • Virginia Marianne Walsh, St. Petersburg, Fla . : 
Educ; Alpha Delta Pi. • Patricia Ellen Walters, Laurel; Educ; 
Delta Delta Delta. 



Ninth Row: 

• Clara B. Watson, Jackson; L.A. • Jill Sharon Watson, Tu- 
pelo; Educ; Phi Mu. • Shirley Claire Watson, Mississippi 
City; L.A. • Nick Alan Webb, Oxford; Educ. • Luke E. 
Webber, Fernley, Nev.; Educ. 




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First Row: 

• Karen Murraine Weeks, Greenwood; Bus.; Delta Gamma. 

• Betty Diane West, Monroe, Louisiana; L.A.; Kappa Delta. 

• Stephen Frederic Weston, Underhill, Vermont; Engr.; Delta 
Psi. • Marilyn Frances Whitaker, Tupelo; L.A.; Kappa Delta. 

• Gerald LaFay White, Jackson; L.A.; Sigma Chi. 



Second Row: 

• James Albert White, Oxford; L.A .• James Wallace White, 
Eupora; L.A. • Nancy Sue White, Toccopola; L.A. • Susan 
Frances White, Metairie, La.; L.A.; Delta Delta Delta. • 
William D. White, Belen; Bus.; Sigma Nu. 



Third Row: 

• Beverly Rebecca Whitten, Washington, D.C.; L.A.; Delta 
Gamma. • Homer A. Whittington, Jr., Natchez; L.A.; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon. • Camille S. Wilkinson, Alexandria, Va.; L.A.; 
Delta Delta Delta. • Judith Lynn Wilkinson, Shaw; L.A.; Zeta 
Tau Alpha. • Claudia Ann Williams, Clarksdale; Educ; Pi 
Beta Phi. 



Fourth Row: 

• David Michael Williams, Wake Forest, N.C.; L.A. • Linda 
Frances Williams, West Point; Educ; Delta Gamma. • Richard 
Anthony Williams, North Little Rock, Ark.; L.A. • James R. 
Williamson, Illinois; L.A. • Burnice Neal Willis, University; 
Engr. 



Fifth Row: 

• David Baxter Wilson, Water Valley; Bus. • Hal Windham, 
Jr., Columbia; Educ. • Elizabeth J. Wooten, Jackson; Educ; 
Alpha Omicron Pi. • Elaine E. Wooten, Pass Christian; L.A. 

• Fielding L. Wright, Rolling Fork; Bus.; Pi Kappa Alpha. 



Sixth Row: 

• Jayne A. Wright, Kreole; L.A.; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Albert 
Duke Yee, Leland; Phar. 2. • Beth York, Derma; Bus.; Delta 
Gamma. • Charles Merrill York, Elmgrove, Wise; Bus. • Wil- 
liam Elder Yoste, Memphis; L.A.; Pi Kappa Alpha. 



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First Row: 

• Holmes S. Adams, Greenville; L.A.; Phi Delta Theta. • 
Kathryn P. Adams, Langley AFB, Va.; L.A.; Kappa Delta. • 
William F. Adams, Mobile, Alabama; L.A.; Phi Kappa Psi. 

• Carroll Anne Ainsworth, Pascagoula, LA. • Jay Henry 
Aizen, Philadelphia, Pa.; L.A. 



Second Row: 

• Janie C. Alderson, Oxford; Bus. • Kenneth Edward Ald- 
ridqe, Biloxi; L.A.; Alpha Tau Omeqa. • Malcolm Lee Ald- 
ridge, Pope; Phar. I ; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Barbara J. Alex- 
ander, El Dorado, Ark.; Educ; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Joel D. 
Alexander, Vicksburg; L.A.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



Third Row: 

• Fred Vincent Alias, Clarksdale; Bus.; Kappa Sigma. • Cole- 
man M. Allen, Jr., Lula; Bus.; Phi Delta Theta. • Henry R. 
Allen, Jackson; L.A.; Sigma Nu. • Harry Stiles Anderson, 
Clarksdale; Bus.; Kappa Sigma. • Martha Marie Anderson, 
Lumberton; L.A.; Phi Mu. 



Fourth Row: 

• Thomas H. Anderson, Jr., Gulfport; L.A. • William C. Apel, 
Rapid City, S.D.; L.A.; Phi Kappa Psi. • Carroll Suzanne 
Armour, Jackson; L.A.; Alpha Delta Pi. • Peggy Sue Arring- 
ton, Water Valley; Educ. • Linda K. Atkins, Eupora; Educ; 
Alpha Omicron Pi. 



Fifth Row: 

• Bruce E. Atkinson, Greenwood; L.A.; Phi Kappa Psi. • 
Frank S. Austin, Memphis, Tenn.; L.A.; Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

• Eric K. Ayer, Chrisney, I nd. ; L.A. • Juanita S. Babb, Ox- 
ford; Bus. • Cynthia Olive Babers, Gainesville, Fla.; L.A.; Pi 
Beta Phi. 



Sixth Row: 

• Barbara Ann Bailey, Long Beach; Bus. • Billi Ann Bailey, 
Batesville; Educ; Alpha Delta Pi. • Robert W. Bailey, Meri- 
dian; L.A. • Margaret E. Baine, San Francisco; L.A. • Mar- 
garet E. Barbee, Memphis, Tenn.; LA.; Alpha Omicron Pi. 



Seventh Row: 

• Mills E. Barbee, Hernando; L.A.; Sigma Nu. • John M. 
Barbour, Yazoo City; L.A.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Chandler 
F. Barham, Oak Ridge, La.; L.A.; Pi Beta Phi. • Glenda Del 
Barker, Memphis, Tenn.; L.A.; Kappa Delta. • Nelson L. 
Barksdale, Jr., McLean, Va.; L.A.; Delta Kappa Epsilon. 



Eighth Row: 

• James C. Barlow, Jackson; Bus.; Siqma Phi Epsilon. • 
George D. Barnett, Pine Bluff, Ark.; Engr. • Peter Hickman 
Barrett, Gulfport; Bus.; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Don F. Bar- 
ron, Pascagoula; Bus.; Sigma Nu. • Sylvia Ann Barton, Cal- 
houn City; Bus. 



Ninth Row: 

• Sandra Marie Bassett, Bloomington, I nd.; L.A. • Allen G. 
Batts, Memphis, Tenn.; Engr. • Lloyd M. Baxter, Ocean 
Springs; L.A.; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Fred L. Beard, Jr., Jack- 
son; Bus.; Phi Delta Theta. • Susan E. Bennett, Bowling Green, 
Ky.; L.A.; Zeta Tau Alpha. 





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First Row: 

• William Zane Berger, Lorain, Ohio; Bus. • Beverly Jean 
Biddy, Grenada; L.A.; Pi Beta Phi. • James P. Biedenharn, 
Vicksburg; Bus.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Margot Jean Bilbo, 
Picayune; L.A.; Kappa Delta. • Charles David Billings, Jr., 
Helena, Ark.; Bus. 



Second Row: 

• Betty C. Birdwell, Nashville, Tenn.; L.A. • Barbara Ann 
Bishop, Oxford; Educ. • Scott G. Black, Jr., Oxford; Bus.; 
Sigma Chi. • Richard B. Blackwell, Mendenhall; Bus.; Sigma 
Nu. • William Anthony Bland, Maben; L.A. 



Third Row: 

• Tamalane A. Blessey, Biloxi; L.A. • Jerry Lee Blount, Jack- 
son; L.A.; Alpha Tau Omega. • John Loyd Boling, Brook- 
haven; Engr.; Alpha Tau Omega. • David W. Bomboy, Hatties- 
burg; L.A.; Sigma Chi. • Eldridge Dean Bonds, Oxford; Educ. 



Fourth Row: 

• George Carrington Boone, Hattiesburg; Bus.; Pi Kappa 
Alpha. • Sharon Lynn Boone, Jackson, L.A. • William R. 
Borden, Ocean Springs; L.A. • Robert H. Bostwick, III, New 
Albany; L.A.; Sigma Chi. • Edna A. Bourgeois, Waveland; 
Educ. 



Fifth Row: 

• Brenda Ann Boyce, Brandon; L.A.; Delta Gamma. • Howell 
Johnson Boyles, Calhoun City; L.A. • James B. Braden, 
Nashville, Tenn.; Bus.; Phi Deita Theta. • Charles E. Brame, 
Jackson; L.A.; Kappa Sigma. • Cynthia Louise Brame, Jack- 
son; L.A.; Alpha Delta Pi. 



Sixth Row: 

• James S. M. Brasfield, Meridian; Bus.; Phi Delta Theta. 

• Donna Louise Brawley, Baton Rouge, La.; L.A. • Charles 
A. Breath, III, Bay St. Louis; L.A. • Maurice R. Brett, Pasca- 
goula; L.A. • Ronald D. Brewer, Waynesboro; Bus. 



Seventh Row: 

• James A. Brim, Memphis, Tenn.; L.A. • Mendum Dess 
Briscoe, Biloxi; Bus.; Sigma Nu. • Hess Raymond Brocato, 
Jackson; Bus.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Cleve Brock, III, lunica; 
L.A.; Kappa Sigma. • Charles L. Brooks, Jackson; Bus.; Kappa 
Sigma. 



Eighth Row: 

• Philip E. Brou, Jr., Jackson; Bus.; Alpha Tau Omega. • 
Robert T. Brougher, Tutwiler; L.A. • Kenneth B. Brown, Per- 
kinston; Engr. • Suzan Brown, Jackson, L.A.; Chi Omega. • 
Alan P. Brucker, Greenwood; L.A.; Phi Epsilon Pi. 



Ninth Row: 

• Dianna Lynn Brummett, Oxford; Bus. • Rex H. Brunt, Louis- 
ville; L.A. • John R. Bryan, San Francisco, Calif.; L.A. • 
Penny Bubeck, Meridian; L.A.; Pi Beta Phi. • Thomas T. Bu- 
chanan, Laurel; L.A.; Sigma Nu. 



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First Row: 

• Ward C. Buel, Germantown, Term.; Enqr. • Beverly Sue 
Buf kin, Hazlehurst; L.A.; Kappa Delta. • Andrew G. Bumpas, 
Jackson; Bus.; Phi Delta Theta. • Francis G. Burnett, Meridian; 
L.A.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Bonnie B. Burns, Caruthersville, Mo.; 
Educ; Delta Delta Delta. 



Second Row: 

• Rosa R. Burns, Water Valley; Bus. • Donald R. Burrell, 
Picayune; Bus.; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Georqe G. Byers, Ox- 
ford; L.A. • Gus Ames Bynum, Hattiesburq; L.A.; Siqma Nu. 

• Rita Proby Cabaniss, Jackson; Bus.; Delta Delta Delta. 



Third Row: 

• Carolyn D. Caldwell, Daleville; L.A. • James J. Caldwell, 
Tupelo; Bus. • Grover R. Caloway, McGehee, Ark.; Enqr. • 
James McDonald Campbell, Stuttqart, Ark.; Bus. • Jan Alyse 
Campbell, Forrest City, Ark.; L.A.; Kappa Delta. 



Fourth Row: 

• Virginia C. Campbell, Pontotoc; L.A.; Delta Gamma. • 
Cecil M. Cannada, Jr., Edwards; L.A. • Michael R. Carithers, 
Meridian; Bus.; Phi Kappa Psi. • Betty M. E. Carlisle, Jack- 
son; L.A.; Alpha Delta Pi. • Meredith Davis Carpenter, Green- 
wood; L.A.; Kappa Delta. 



Fifth Row: 

• James E. Carr, Greenville; L.A.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Kirk 
Paxton Carter, Greenwood; Bus.; Phi Delta Theta. • Candace 
Anne Carver, Dallas, Texas; L.A.; Pi Beta Phi. • Joseph J. 
Casano, Gulfport; L.A.; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Susan Lee 
Case, McComb; L.A.; Kappa Delta, 



Sixth Row: 

• Renato P. Caselli, Jr., Nitta Yuma; L.A.; Delta Kappa Ep- 
silon. • Mary Karen Caulfield, Greenville; L.A.; Delta Delta 
Delta. • Kyle Chandler, West Point; Bus.; Phi Delta Theta 

• Linda J. Chaney, Nettleton; L.A. • Larry H. Chapman, 
Jackson; L.A.; Kappa Sigma. 



Seventh Row: 

• William Benjamin Chatman, Picayune; Bus. • Thomas W. 
Cheairs, III, Grenada; L.A.; Alpha Tau Omeqa. • Hoi I is 
Clifton Cheek, Kosciusko; Bus.; Siqma Chi. • Robert W. Ches- 
nut, Gadsden, Ala.; Enqr. • Patricia D. Chinn, Marks; L.A. 



Eighth Row: 

• Jeannie Lucinda Chisholm, Memphis, Tenn.; L.A.; Phi Mu. 

• Dorothy Ruth Clark, Pensacola, Fla.; L.A. • Douqias E. 
Clark, Jr., West Point.; L.A.; Phi Delta Theta. • Lacey C. Clay- 
borne, Jr., West Helena, Ark.; L.A. • Susan Clayton, Mem- 
phis, Tenn.; L.A.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 



Ninth Row: 

• Charles G. Clifford, III. Morton; Bus. • Keith P. Clinqman, 
Glenview, III.; Bus.; Siqma Alpha Epsilon. • Anita C. Clinton, 
Monticello; L.A.; Phi Mu. • Connie Louise Cloar, Earle, Ark.; 
Educ; Pi Beta Phi. • F. Lenward Cofer, Oxford; Bus. 




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First Row: 

• Marsha K. Cole, Candor, N.C.; LA. • Homer D. Collins, 
Jackson; Bus. • Lillye Jane Coll ns, Apalachicola, Fla.; Educ. 

• Joan Estella Colvin, Greenwood; Bus.; Kappa Delta. • Gail 
Hanley Condon, Memphis, Tenn.; Educ. 



Second Row: 

• Lee K. Conner, Columbia; Bus.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Char- 
lyne Cooper, Fayette; Bus. • Mary Beth Cooper, Oxford; L.A.; 
Zeta Tau Alpha. • Wanda Kay Cooper, Philadelphia; LA. 

• Carroll L Cotton, Nesbitt; Bus.; Siqma Nu. 



Third Row: 

• Alvin C. Cox, Jr., West Point; Phar. I ; Kappa Siqma. • 
Roger D. Cox, Gulfport; L.A.; Siqma Nu. • Jane Cranford, 
Missouri; LA.; Alpha Delta Pi. • Buren R. Crawford, Varda- 
man; LA. • Ethel J. Crawley, Kosciusko; Educ. 



Fourth Row: 

• Anne M. Crisler, Flora; Educ; Phi Mu. • Mildred Louise 
Cromer, Osceola, Ark.; L.A.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Don 
Crook, Dallas, Texas; Bus.; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Jon Crook, 
Dallas, Texas; Bus.; Siqma Phi Epsilon. • Virginia Portis Cross, 
Lepanto, Ark.; Educ; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 



Fifth Row: 

• Michael Avery Crouch, Pocahontas, Ark.; L.A. • Robert 
H. Crump, Memphis, Tenn.; Bus.; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • 
James Tyson Currie, Jackson; L.A.; Beta Theta Pi. • Chester 
H. Curtis, Clarksdale; Bus.; Phi Delta Theta. • William H. 
Curtis, Oxford; Bus. 



Sixth Row: 

• Robert Paul Cyr, Hartford, Conn.; Educ; Phi Kappa Theta. 

• Jesse Grafton Dabbs, Egypt; L.A.; Alpha Tau Omeqa. • 
Robert A. Dalton, McLean, Virqinia; L.A.; Alpha Tau Omeqa. 

• Sam E. Dalton, III, Grenada; L.A.; Siqma Nu. • Thomas 
Peter Darras, Grenada; Bus.; Alpha Tau Omeqa. 



Seventh Row: 

• Ralph Lee Daves, Pascaqoula; Bus.; Siqma Nu. • Leigh L. 
Davidson, Aberdeen; L.A.; Delta Delta Delta. • Pamela Sue 
Davidson, Jackson; L.A. • Charlotte A. Davis, Marks; Bus. 

• Philip Lee Davis, Jr., Nashville, Tenn.; Bus. 



Eighth Row: 

• William H. Davis, Corinth; L.A.; Sigma Chi. • Winfred J. 
Davis, Jr., Columbia; Bus.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Louis P. 
Davitt, Memphis, Tenn.; Bus.; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • William 
Howard Dawson, Okolona; Educ; Kappa Sigma. • Daniel M. 
Dean, Greenville; L.A.; Kappa Sigma. 



Ninth Row: 

• Francis A. DeBay, Columbia; Bus.; Sigma Chi. • James 
Anthony Dees, Waynesboro; L.A. • James Gregory Dees, 
Gulfport; L.A. • Strawford H. Dees, III, Corinth; L.A.; Sigma 
Chi. • Charles G. Demarco, Peterson, N.J.; L.A.; Sigma Pi. 



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FRESHMEN 



First Row: 

• Harriotte Craiqe DeMoss, rJ., Nashville, Tenn.; L.A.; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon. • Elizabeth M. Denham, Laurel; L.A.; Chi 
Omeqa. • George Timothy Denley, Coffeeville; L.A.; • 
Thomas S. Denton, Louisville, Ky.; L.A.; Sigma Pi. • James 
Dominic Derose, Plainfield, N.J.; L.A.; Delta Kappa Epsilon. 



Second Row: 

• James H. Deterly, Natchez; L.A. • Edwin John Deuschle, 
Tupelo; L.A. • Mary May Dexter, Selmer, Tenn.; Educ; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma. • Ronald Dickey, Texas City, Texas; L.A. 

• Vicki L. Diffendorfer, Biloxi; L.A. 



Third Row: 

• Kevin K. Diffley; Mobile, Ala.; L.A.; Zeta Tau Alpha. • 
Susan L. Dike, New Orleans, La.; L.A. • Rxhard Lee Dillon, 
Jackson; L.A. • Marian Jane Dobbs, Smyrna, Ga.; L.A. • 
David Jay Donner, Woodbrige, N.J.; L.A. 



Fourth Row: 

• Janis N. Doolittle, Jackson; L.A. • Bobby Delain Douglas, 
Clarksdale; Bus. • Susan E. Dove, Jackson; Educ. • Jerry 
Lynn Dover, Memphis, Tenn.; L.A.; Sigma Pi. • Danny Alton 
Drake, Batesville; Engr. 



F.fth Row: 

• Thomas A. Drake, Jr., luka; L.A.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

• Kenneth R. Dreher, Jackson; L.A.; Alpha Tau Omega. • 
Bobby W. Dubois, Yazoo City; L.A.; Alpha Tau Omega. • 
Howard L. Duck, Jr., Humboldt, Tenn.; L.A.; Phi Kappa Psi. 

• Betty Dea Duckworth, Jackson; L.A.; Alpha Tau Omega. 



Sixth Row: 

• Jack O. Duckworth, Collins; Educ; Alpha Tau Omega. • 
Ann E. Duffee, Grenada; Bus. • James O. Dukes, Ouitman- 
Engr.; Sigma Nu. • Patsy G. Duncan, Tylertown; L.A.; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma. • Christopher A. Dunn, Montclair, N.J.; 
Bus.; Alpha Tau Omega. 



Seventh Row: 

• Edgar M. Dunn, Jr., New Orleans, La.; L.A.; Delta Kappa 
Epsilon. • James Edward Dupree, Biloxi; L.A. • Marvin A. 
Earnheart, Tunica; L.A. • Judith Susan East, Oxford; Bus.; 
Alpha Omicron Pi. • Theresa Anne Eavenson, Marks; Bus. 



Eighth Row: 

• Carolyn Sue Edwards, New Madrid, Mo.; L.A.; Zeta Tau 
Alpha. • Harold M. Edwards, Jr., Charleston, S.C.; Engr.; 
Alpha Tau Omega. • Neva Sue Edwards, Summit; L.A. • 
Elizabeth Ann Eichold, Mobile, Ala.; L.A.; Chi Omega • 
Stephen G. Elkins, Oxford; L.A. 



Ninth Row: 

• Bobby George Ellender, Gloster; Phar. I. • Lawrence H. 
Ellis, Jr., McComb; L.A.; Alpha Tau Omega. • Donald C. 
Elmore, Dillsburg, Pa.; L.A. • Sheryl Clarke Enochs, Jackson; 
L.A.; Kappa Delta. • Julie Ann Epps, Jackson, Tenn.; L.A. 




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First Row: 

• Harold E. Evans, Jr., Clarksdale; Bus.; Siqma Alpha Epsi- 
lon. • Nancy Clo Evans, Mt. Sterling, Ky.; L.A.; Pi Beta Phi. 

• Steven Roy Evans, South Hadley; Engr. • Tiny Bess Evans, 
Winona; Bus. • Karen D. Fancher, Memphis, Tenn.; L.A.; 
Alpha Omicron Pi. 



Second Row: 

• Otis D. Felder, McGehee, Ark.; Bus.; Siqma Alpha Epsi- 
iion. • Wayne Lamar Felder, Tylertown; LA.; Siqma Alpha 
Epsilon. • Jo Carol Finch, Huntingdon, Tenn.; Educ; Alpha 
Delta Pi. • Nora L. Finklea, Dexter, Mo.; L.A.; Zeta Tau 
Alpha. • Dorothy A. Firestone, Clarksdale; L.A. 



Third Row: 

• Edward Clifton Fisacherly, Pascagoula; Bus. • Linda Jane 
Fitch, Oxford; Educ. • Carolyn B. Flaqq, Gulfport; Educ; 
Delta Delta Delta. • Linda L. Flowers, Earle, Ark.; Educ; Pi 
Beta Phi. • Richard R. Flowers, Memphis, Tenn.; Engr. 



Fourth Row: 

• Judy Wood Floyd, Indianola; L.A.; Delta Gamma. • Re- 
becca Ann Floyd, Sardis; L.A. • Henry Edward Fly, McComb; 
L.A. • Austin M. Folk, Sheffield, III.; Educ. • Nancy K. 
Foose, Tchula; L.A.; Chi Omega. 



Fifth Row: 

• John M. Ford, Pascagoula; Engr.; Alpha Tau Omega. • 
Roane D. Forman, Natchez; L.A.; Kappa Delta. • Telena Kaye 
Foster, Memphis, Tenn.; L.A.; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Myrna D. 
Fountain, Biloxi; L.A. • Diane M. Fowle, Jackson; Educ. 



Sixth Row: 

• Fleeta E. Fox, Pattison; L.A.; Delta Delta Delta. • Susan 

F. Frieberger, Biloxi; L.A. • Sandra Joyce Fried, Indianola; 

L.A. • Leon B. Frishman, Natchez; L.A. • Wallace David 

Frye, Columbus; Bus.; Phi Kappa Psi. 



Seventh Row: 

• Peter M. Fulton, Olive Branch; L.A. • Harold L. Galloway, 
Oxford; L.A. • James B. Galloway, Gulfport; L.A.; Sigma 
Nu. • William A. Ganann, Ackerman; Phar. I. • Prestiss W. 
Gandy Hampton, Va.; L.A. 



Eighth Row: 

• Peggy L. Gardner, Nashville, Tenn.; L.A. • Willie T. Gard- 
ner, Lake Cormorant; Engr. • E. Jackson Garner, Grenada; 
L.A.; Phi Delta Theta. • Nancy H. Garth, Athens, Ala.; Educ; 
Chi Omega. • Haley S. Gates, Jackson; Bus.; Kappa Siqma. 



Ninth Row: 

• Edith A. Gatewood, Mt. Sterling, Ky.; L.A.; Zeta Tau Al- 
pha. • Barbara Ann Gatlin, Jackson; Educ; Phi Mu. • Nancy 
L. Gatlin, Myrtle; L.A. • Anita Louise Gentry, Florence, Ala.; 
L.A. • Margaret Ann Gibbens, New Orleans, La.; Educ; Al- 
pha Delta Pi. 



FRESHMEN 



First Row: 

• Linda K. Gibson, Jackson; L.A.; Kappa Delta. • Donald 
Lee Gilbert, Paducah, Ky.; Phar. I. • Lady Melinda Gilfoy, 
Jackson; L.A.; Chi Omega. • Susan K. Gill, Biloxi; L.A.; 
Delta Gamma. • Gail Gillespie, Jackson; L.A.; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. 



Second Row: 

• John Joseph Gilluly, Memphis, Tenn.; L.A.; Siqma Nu. • 
Donald F. Gober, Oxford; L.A. • Linda Jeanne Goettman, 
Laurel; L.A. • Thomas E. Goodman, Shelby; L.A.; Pi Kappa 
Alpha. • Elizabeth P. Goodyear, Jackson; Educ. 



Third Row: 

• Lillian D. Graham, Centreville; Bus.; Zeta Tau Alpha. • 
Patty Brander Graham, Biloxi; Bus.; Delta Gamma. • Sara 
Beth Graves, DeWitt, Ark.; L.A.; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Bruce 
J. Gray, Jackson; L.A. • Donna Beth Gray, Pontotoc; Educ. 



Fourth Row: 

• James E. Griffith, Jackson; L.A.; Siqma Nu. • F. Anita 
Grimes, Pascagoula; L.A. • Marjorie L. Grinstead, Bragga- 
docio, Mo.; L.A.; Alpha Delta Pi. • Charles M. Guess, Brook- 
haven; L.A.; Beta Theta Pi. • Benjamin Alfred Guider, 
Vicksburg; L.A.; Sigma Nu. 



Fifth Row: 

• George W. Guider, Jr., Vicksburg; L.A. • William Lester 
Guy, Jackson, Tenn.; Bus.; Alpha Tau Omega. • William M. 
Halfacre, Webb; L.A.; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Cecie Anne Hall, 
Jackson; Bus. • Donna S. Hall, New Albany; L.A.; Zeta Tau 
Alpha. 



Sixth Row: 

• George Flournoy Ham, Memphis, Tenn.; L.A. • Jimmy 
Lynn Hamilton, Houston; L.A. • William P. Hamilton, Varda- 
man; L.A. • Marcia Anne Hamm, Memphis, Tenn.; L.A.- 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. • John F. Hamner, Starkville; L.A. 



Seventh Row: 

• Elinor Lynn Haney, Greenville; Bus.; Alpha Omicron Pi. 

• Mildred E. Hardin, Greenwood; L.A.; Phi Mu. • Robert 
H. Hardin, Jackson; L.A.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Robert K. 
Harding, Clarksdale; Bus.; Siqma Nu. • Larry Jerome Hardy, 
Columbus; Enqr. 



Eighth Row: 

• Ronald Keith Hardy, Charleston; Bus.; Sigma Nu. • Thomas 
R. Hargett, Ripley, Tenn.; Bus.; Alpha Tau Omega. • George 
Edward Hargraves, Helena, Ark.; Enqr.; Alpha Tau Omega. 

• Judith K. Harper, Laurel; L.A.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • 
John B. Harris, Louisville; Bus.; Pi Kappa Alpha. 



Ninth Row: 

• Edward E. Harrison, Jr., Amory; Bus.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

• Michael G. Harrison, Heidelberg; Enqr. • Nancy Lynn 
Harrison, Memphis, Tenn.; Bus. • William F. Hayes, White- 
fish Bay, Wis.: Bus.; Phi Delta Theta. • Robert M. Hearin, 
Jackson; L.A.; Kappa Alpha. 








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First Row: 

• Cecil F. Heidelberg, Jackson; L.A.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • 
E. Elizabeth Henderson, Jackson, Tenn.; Educ; Alpha Omicron 
Pi. • Eugenia L. Henderson, Memphis, Tenn.; Bus. • Robert 
E. Hendrix, Jr., Hattiesburq; Engr. • Ramona C. Hennessee, 
Meridian; Educ; Delta Gamma. 



Second Row: 

• James Robert Henry, Fairfax, Va.; Engr.; Kappa Sigma. 

• Karen S. Henry, Darling, L.A.; Kappa Delta. • Robert A. 
Herring, III, University; Enqr. • James W. Harrington, Mc- 
Comb; Phar. I; Alpha Tau Omega. • Charles R. Herron, III, 
Meridian; Bus.; Pi Kappa Alpha. 



Third Row: 

• Warren A. Hiatt, Jr., Magnolia; L.A.; Sigma Nu. • Charles 
E. Hill, Jackson; L.A. • Milton G. Hill, Gulfport; Bus.; Phi 
Delta Theta. • Martha H. Hines, Jackson; Educ; Kappa Delta. 

• Katherine W. Hoffman, Gulfport; LA.; Chi Omega. 



Fourth Row: 

• Elba Jane Hogue, Scott; Bus.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Orton 
H. Hogue, Jr., Carthage; Engr.; Phi Kappa Psi. • Margaret 
K. Holden, Sledge; L.A. • George R. Holland, Holly Springs; 
L.A. • Virginia Sue Holley, Pontotoc ;Educ. 



Fifth Row: 

• Katherine O. Mollis, Monroe, La.; Educ; Alpha Delta Pi. 

• Sara King Holloman, Batesville; L.A.; Chi Omega. • Frank 
C. Holmes, III, Hernando; Bus.; Siqma Alpha Epsilon. • 
Kennon D. Hood, Amory; Bus.; Sigma Chi. • Oliver A. Hord, 
Jr., Jackson; Bus. 



Sixth Row: 

• Cynthia June Horn, Lucedale; L.A. • Patricia A. Home, 
Jackson; L.A.; Phi Mu. • Peggy Ann Home, Newton; L.A.; 
Kappa Delta. • Bradford W. Hovious, University; L.A. • 
Daniel J. Howard, Greenwood; Bus.; Kappa Sigma. 



Seventh Row: 

• Winston D. Howell, Wilmer, Ala.; L.A. • Cleveland P. 
Huggins, III, Biloxi; Engr.; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Byron Wil- 
liam Hughes, Merigold; Bus. • Robert A. Hunt, Memphis, 
Tenn.; Engr.; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Carolyn Ann Hurst, Mem- 
phis, Tenn.; Educ; Delta Gamma. 



Eighth Row: 

• Donald P. Hutchinson, Laurel; Engr. • Lee A. Hyde, Mem- 
phis, Tenn.; Bus.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Sandra Kaye Idom, 
Jackson; Bus. • Newell Edward Inman, Marks; L.A. • Ken- 
neth R. Jackson, Winnfield, La.; L.A.; Sigma Pi 



Ninth Row: 

• Edward T. James, Jr., Natchez; L.A. • Eugene R. Jennings, 
Pensacola, Fla.; Engr.; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Marcus C. Jen- 
nings, III, Kosciusko; Bus.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Linda K. Jetton, 
Memphis, Tenn.; L.A. • Cheryl Dawn Johnson, Valley Park; 
L.A. 



First Row: 

• Connie S. Johnson, Oxford; Educ. • Corinne V. Johnson, 
Jackson; L.A.; Delta Delta Delta. • Lorraine Ann Johnson, 
Ft. Benning, Ga.; L.A. • Michael Euqene Johnson, Tunica; 
Bus.; Siqma Alpha Epsilon. • Raymond A. Johnson, Mize; Bus. 



Second Row: 

• Ronald Earl Johnson, West Point; Bus.; Kappa Siqma. • 
William P. Johnson, Meridian; Bus. • Phyllis Ann Johnston, 
Shubuta; Educ. • Carol Gay Jones, Jackson; Bus.; Delta 
Gamma. • Georqe S. Jones, Memphis, Tenn.; L.A.; Siqma 
Alpha Epsilon. 



Third Row: 

• Linda Kaye Jones, Mobile, Ala.; Educ; Pi Beta Phi. • 
Thad M. Jones, Jr., Vicksburq; Bus.; Alpha Tau Omeqa. • 
Wilmer R. Jones, Crestview, Fla.; Bus.; Phi Kappa Psi. • Rich- 
ard L. Jordan, Kosciusko; L.A.; Siqma Chi. • Frank J. Justice, 
Vicksburq; L.A.; Phi Kappa Psi. 



Fourth Row: 

• Mary Diane Kelley, Covinqton, Tenn.; Educ. • Joseph B. 
Kelly, Frisco City, Ala.; L.A. • Robert C. Kelsey, Collierville, 
Tenn.; Educ; Siqma Chi. • Clyde Douqlas Kelso, III, Mem- 
phis, Tenn.; L.A. Siqma Alpha Epsilon. • Herman O. Kemp, 
Oxford; Enqr. 



Fifth Row: 

• Robena Louise Kendrick, Water Valley; Bus.; Delta Gamma. 

• Jane E. Key, Hartsville, Tenn.; L.A.; Delta Gamma. • 
Jimmy E. Keyes, Laurel; Educ. • William E. Kibe, Columbus; 
Bus. • Donald G. Kitchens, Utica; L.A. 



Sixth Row: 

• Lloyd W. Kitchens, Jr., Crystal Sprinqs; L.A. • William 
Floyd Klepzig, Abbeville; L.A. • Robert P. Klinqenbeck, En- 
terprise; L.A.; Alpha Tau Omeqa. • Marie Knapp, Fayette; 
L.A. • Sandra Vermeil Kniqht, Greenwood; Bus.; Delta 
Gamma. 



Seventh Row: 

• Joseph T. Kolesar, University; L.A.; Phi Kappa Psi. • Greq- 
ory Garf Kothmann, Waveland; Educ; Kappa Siqma. • Mary 
Katherine Krebs, Ocean Sprinqs; L.A.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • 
Georqe B. Kuykendall, Jr., Clarksdale; Bus. • Lois B. Lafol- 
lette, Jackson; L.A.; Alpha Omicron Pi. 



Eighth Row: 

• Cleveland Lee Landreth, Holly Sprinqs; L.A.; Pi Kappa 
Alpha. • Eric D. Lanqston, Bruce; L.A. • John William Lar- 
son, Vicksburq; Bus.; Siqma Phi Epsilon. • Wayne B. Larue, 
Jr., Tupelo; L.A. • Linda C. Lassetter, Hazlehurst; L.A.; Phi 
Mu. 



Ninth Row: 

• Ellis H. Latimer, III, Okolona; Enqr.; Phi Delta Theta. • 
John F. Laurenzi, Clarksdale; Bus.; Phi Delta Theta. • Patricia 
Anne Lawson, New Albany; L.A. • Michael S. Lawyer, Jack- 
son; Bus.; Siqma Nu. • Robert Charles Lea, Amarillo, Texas; 
L.A.; Siqma Phi Epsilon. 




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First Row: 

• Barbara Lane Ledbetter, Jackson; L.A.; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. • Judith Ann Lee, Mississippi City; Educ. • Mi- 
chael H. Legg, Northport, Ala.; L.A. • George B. Leggett, 
III, Gulfport; L.A. • Carol Kay Lemons, Tupelo; L.A. 



Second Row: 

• Robert F. Lester, Yazoo City; L.A.; Siqma Alpha Epsilon. 

• Terry J. Lever, Greenville; L.A.; Pi Beta Phi. • John R. 
Lewis, Amory; L.A.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Tommy J. Lindley, 
Brookhaven; L.A.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Henderson C. 
Lindsey, Gulfport; L.A.; Sigma Nu. 



Third Row: 

• James Lee Lindsey, Jr., Corinth; L.A.; Sigma Nu. • Janice 
Rae Lockley, Jackson; L.A.; Phi Mu. • Billy Joe Logan, 
Sarepta; Engr. • Ray N. Long, Ripley; Bus.; Sigma Nu. • 
Paul C. C. Lou, Clarksdale; Phar. I. 



Fourth Row: 

• Marcus Love, III, Jackson; Bus.; Beta Theta Pi. • Linda 
Sanders Lovelace, Houston; L.A. • Robert S. Lowery, Jack- 
son; Bus.; Kappa Alpha. • Delia Ann Loyacono, Vicksburq; 
Educ. • Charles A. Lynch, Memphis, Tenn.; Bus.; Pi Kappa 
Alpha. 



Fifth Row: 

• Richard D. McAlister, Tupelo; Enqr. • William W. Mc- 
Bride, Jr., Mathiston; Engr. • Martha Ann McCaddon, Green- 
ville; L.A.; Kappa Delta. • Thomas Howard McCarley, Olive 
Branch; Bus.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • William M. McCarson, 
Memphis, Tenn.; Bus.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



Sixth Row: 

• Emily J. McCarty, Jackson; L.A.; Pi Beta Phi. • John Rob- 
ert McCarty, Magee; L.A.; Sigma Nu. • James M. McCay, 
Water Valley; Engr.; Delta Psi. • Charles Rodney McClelland, 
Alexandria, Va.; Bus.; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Joseph K. Mc- 
Collum, Jr., Redlands; Bus. 



Seventh Row: 

• Robert T. McCool, Jr., Kosciusko; Phar. I ; Sigma Chi. • 
Evelyn A. McDill, Jackson; L.A. • Virginia L. McDonald, 
Baldwyn; L.A. • John A. McEvoy, Pitman, N.J.; Bus.; Sigma 
Pi. • James Eckford McFarlane, Natchez; L.A. 



Eighth Row: 

• Charlotte G. McGee, Leland; L.A.; Chi Omega. • Clyde 
McGee, Leland; L.A.; Kappa Alpha. • Thomas Alan McGee, 
Ft. Pierce, Fla.; Engr. • William Clay McGehee, Cleveland; 
L.A.; Phi Delta Theta. • Edward R. McGraw, Louisville; L.A.; 
Phi Delta Theta. 



Ninth Row: 

• Marion W. McGreger, Tupelo; L.A. • Rolf Wesley Mc- 
Henry, Oxford; Enqr.; Alpha Tau Omega. • Dorothy P. Mc- 
Innis, Memphis, Tenn.; Educ; Alpha Omicron Pi. • John W. 
McKellar, Clarksdale; L.A.; Kappa Sigma. • Janet Elise Mc- 
Laurin, Greenwood; L.A.; Phi Mu. 






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First Row: 

• Taylor Jeff McLeod, Sardis; L.A. • Michael Lee McMahan, 
Batesville; L.A. • Kai J. McMillan, Oxford: Bus.; Alpha Omi- 
cron Pi. • Helen F. McMurtray, Jackson; L.A. • Malcolm H. 
McPherson, Tupelo; Bus. 



Second Row: 

• Peter R. McWhorter, Enqlewood, N.J.; Bus.; Sigma Pi. • 
John C. MaBus, Indianola; Bus.; Siqma Phi Epsilon. • John 
Richard Macy, Laurel; Bus.; Kappa Siqma. • Dwiqht Uriel 
Maddox, Laurel; L.A.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Judy Pat MaGee, 
Tylertown; L.A. 



Third Row: 

• David James Manifold, University; Enqr.; Alpha Tau 
Omeqa. • Roy Davis Manninq, Jr., Jackson; Enqr.; Sigma Nu. 

• Ethie Willette Mansell, Camden; L.A. • Frank P. Maras- 
calco, Grenada; L.A. • Joan L. Martin, Florence; L.A. 



Fourth Row: 

• James Harold Mathis, Corinth; L.A.; Kappa Siqma. • 
Janice A. Mauldin, Pontotoc; L.A.; Pi Beta Phi. • Edqar Riq- 
by Maupin, Monroe; Bus.; Siqma Alpha Epsilon. • Gerald 
M. Mavar, Biloxi; L.A. • Carolyn C. Maxwell, Drew; L.A.; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. 



Fifth Row: 

• Celia Banks Maxey, Brandon; L.A.; Delta Gamma. • Rose- 
mary Maxey, New Albany; L.A.; Delta Delta Delta. • John 
E. May, III, Biloxi; L.A.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Jack Lamar May- 
field, Jr., Oxford; Bus.; Alpha Tau Omeqa. • Michael Leroy 
Meek, Jackson; L.A.; Sigma Phi Epsilon. 



Sixth Row: 

• Robert E. Metzqer, Meridian; L.A. • Susan V. Miles, Lum- 
berton; L.A.; Phi Mu. • Linda Kay Miller, Cotton Plant, Ark.; 
Zeta Tau Alpha. • Marilyn N. Miller, Jenninqs, La.; Bus.; Phi 
Mu. • Riley D. Miller, Grenada; L.A. 



Seventh Row: 

• Marilyn L. Mills, Batesville; L.A.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • 
Sheila Lee Milner, Jackson; Bus. • Patricia S. Mixon, Drew; 
L.A.; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Elizabeth Hilda Mobley, Memphis, 
Tenn.; Educ; Alpha Delta Pi. • James Michael Moher, 
Nashua, N. H.; L.A.; Phi Kappa Theta. 



Eighth Row: 

• Patsy A. Montgomery, North Carrollton; Educ. • Ronald 
Leon Moody, Olive Branch; L.A. • Jo Ann Moore, Memphis, 
Tenn.; Bus.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Jon H. Moore, West 
Point; Bus.; Alpha Tau Omega. • Marinell Moore, Jackson; 
L.A.; Pi Beta Phi. 



Ninth Row: 

• Richard Lee Moore, Oxford; Bus.; Sigma Nu. • Rodger 
Clay Moore, Pascagoula; L.A. • Russell L. Moore, Jr., Dyers- 
burg, Tenn.; L.A. • Clarence E. Morgan, III, Kosciusko; Bus.; 
Siqma Phi Epsilon. • Laura Sue Morqan, Oxford; Educ; 
Kappa Delta. 






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First Row: 

• Don C. Morris, Greenwood; Enqr. • Cyntha G. Morrison, 
Edwards; Educ. • Sherry E. Mosley, Vicksburq; Educ; Delta 
Gamma. • Robert K. Moss, Meridian; L.A.; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

• Suzanne P. Moulton, Byhalia; L.A. 



Second Row: 

• Patricia Ann Muehlmann, Grenada; Educ. • Linda L. 
Mullen, Jackson; L.A.; Phi Mu. • Peier M. Mullikin, Brook- 
haven; Bus.; Siqma Alpha Epsilon. • Kennerh M. Murphree, 
Tunica; L.A.; Siqma Chi. • Thomas Jerome Murphy, Falls 
Church, Va.; Bus.; Alpha Tau Omeqa. 



Third Row: 

• Charles V. Nealy, Jr., Elmendjrt, AFB; L.A. • John L. 
Nelms, Brcokhaven; Bus.; Siqma Alpha Eps'lon. • Ella Jean 
Nelson, Corinth; Educ; Delta Gamma. • Irwin H. Nelson, 
Poplarville; Enqr. • Marqaret J. Nesselrodt, Lilbourn, Mo.; 
L.A.; Zeta Tau Alpha. 



Fourth Row: 

• Ronald Bruce Newell, Meridian; L.A. • Marqaret L. New- 
ton, Amory; L.A. • Robert M. Newton, II, Wiqqins; Engr.; 
Kappa Siqma. • Richard Green Noble, Fayette; L.A.; Kappa 
Alpha. • Harold C. Noll, Jr., Gulfport; L.A.; Siqma Phi 
Epsilon. 



Fifth Row: 

• Georqe W. Null, Meridian; Bus.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Mary 
Noel Nutt, Vicksburg; L.A.; Kappa Delta. • Jerry W. 
O'Daniel, Arkabutla; L.A. • Millicent Odraqo, Livonia, Mich.; 
L.A. • Thomas Leon Olson, Clarksdale; Enqr.; Siqma Alpha 
Epsilon. 



Sixth Row: 

• William Ellis O'Mara, Jackson; L.A.; Phi Delta Theta. • 
Elien O'Neal, Jackson; L.A.; Delta Gamma. • Lawrence Hill 
O'Neill, Glen Ellyn, III.; Bus.; Alpha Tau Omeqa. • Ger- 
maine Suzanne Orander, Memphis, Tenn.; L.A.; Zeta Tau 
Alpha. • William R. O'Sullivan, Bloomfield, Conn.; Bus.; 
Siqma Pi. 



Seventh Row: 

• Stephen Van Overby, Clarksville, Tenn.; L.A.; Siqma Alpha 
Epsilon. • David C. Overheim, Camp Hill, Pa.; Engr. • 
John W. Owen, Tunica; Bus.; Phi Delta Theta. • Virginia 
Ann Palmer, Holly Grove, Ark.; L.A.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • 
Carolyn K. Palmertree, Vaiden; Phar. I. 



Eighth Row: 

• Josephine S. Pang, Marks; Educ; • Louis Wiley Parchman, 
Clarksdale; Bus.; Alpha Tau Omeqa. • Paul M. Parish, Port 
Gibson; L.A. • Austin F. Parker, II, Kosciusko; L.A.; Siqma 
Phi Epsilon. • John W. Parker, Shaw; L.A.; Sigma Chi. 



Ninth Row: 

• Patric Murray Parker, Memphis, Tenn.; Bus.; Alpha Tau 
Omega. • Troy Dean Parkison, Jackson; L.A.; Alpha Tau 
Omega. • John Pash, Girard, Ohio.; Educ. • Johnny H. 
Paslay, Sardis; Phar. I ; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Patricia Ann 
Paul, York, Pa.; L.A.; Alpha Omicron Pi. 



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FRESHMEN 



First Row: 

• John H. Paulsen, Chicago, III.; L.A. • Lonn'e Wilson Pear- 
son, Jackson; Engr.; Beta Theta Pi. • Mary Grace Peck, Ox- 
ford; L.A. • Tommye Carlyn Peden, Chatham; L.A.; Alpha 
Omicron Pi. • John W. Peel, Meridian; L.A. 



Second Row: 

• Adele Giles Peresich, Biloxi; L.A.; Delta Gamma. • Jo- 
hannah Magee Peterson, Vicksburg; Bus.; Kappa Delta. • 
Raymond M. Petitfils, Biloxi; Bus.; Sigma Pi. • Claire Ann 
Phelps, Jackson; L.A.; Chi Omega. • Sylvia J. Phifer, luka ■ 
Edus. 



Third Row: 

• Marcia G. Pierce, Moss Point; Bus.; Phi Mu. • Paul G. 
Pincura, Loraine, Ohio; Bus. • Sharon Lee Pipkin, Tupelo; 
L.A.; Kappa Delta. • William H. Pittman, Jr., Jackson; Bus.; 
Pi Kappa Alpha. • William R. Pool, Meridian; Bus.; Phi Delta 
Theta. 



Fourth Row: 

• Willis Pope, III, Columbus; L.A. • James B. Portwood, 
Gulfport; L.A.; Phi Delta Theta. • Amanda B. Povall, Lexing- 
ton; L.A.; Chi Omega. • Cecilia Lee Powder, Jackson; Bus. 

• John B. Poweil, Ouantico; L.A.; Beta Theta Pi. 



Fifth Row: 

• Harris F. Powers, Jr., Greenwood; Enqr.; Alpha Tau 
Omega. • John R. Powers, Jr., Baton Rouge, La.; L.A.; Kappa 
Alpha. • Warren R. Preble, Chalmette, La.; Engr. • Bill R. 
Preece, University; L.A. • John L. Price, Vicksburg; L.A.; 
Sigma Phi Epsibn. 



Sixth Row: 

• Robin Lee Prince, Union, N.J.; L.A. • Donald Lee Puckett, 
Jackson; L.A.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Dennis E. Ramsey, Water 
Valley; Engr. • Richard Vance Randall, Meridian; Bus. • 
Howard Manfred Ray, Oxford; .L.A. ; Beta Theta Pi. 



Seventh Row: 

• Jan Doris Ray, Earle, Ark.; Educ; Pi Beta Phi. • John 
C. Ray, Water Valley; Bus. • William L. Rea, Blytheville, Ark.; 
L.A. • Robert Carroll Redd, Florence, Ala.; Bus.; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon. • Chester H. Redditt, Vicksburg; Bus.; Alpha 
Omicron Pi. 



Eighth Row: 

• Nancy E. Reed, Cfiicago, III.; Educ. • Susan Ann Reed, 
Jackson; Educ; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Zeb F. Reeves, III, Mc- 
Comb; L.A.; Sigma Nu. • Johnna Ruth Reid, Paducah,' Ky.; 
L.A. • David C. Replogle, West Point; L.A.; Kappa Sigma.' 



Ninth Row: 

• David R. Reynolds, St. Louis, Mo.; L.A. • John Albert 
Rice, Columbus; Bus.; Alpha Tau Omega. • Minnie K. Rich- 
ardson, Amite, La.; L.A.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Thomas 
C. Richardson, Niagara Falls, N.Y.; L.A. • William K. Rich- 
ardson, Fort Smith; L.A.; Sigma Phi Epsilon. 




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First Row: 

• Michael M. Richey, Jackson; L.A.; Sigma Nu. • Tally D. 
Riddle, Jr., Quitman; Bus.; Sigma Nu. • James T. Riddle, 
Jackson; Bus.; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Sandra L. Riemann; Gulf- 
port; Educ; Chi Omega. • Jane Allen Riggs, Greenwood; 
L.A.; Alpha Omicron Pi. 



Second Row: 

• Linda Sue Roberts, Nettleton; L.A. • James W. Robertson, 
Corinth; L.A.; Kappa Sigma. • Linda Sue Rodgers, Memphis, 
Tenn.; Educ. • Herman A. Rogers, Jacksonville, Fla.; L.A. 

• William A. Roper, Jr., Jackson; L.A.; Sigma Chi. 



Third Row: 

• Tony J. Rosetti, Jr., Biloxi; Phar. I ; Alpha Tau Omega. • 
Barbara S. Ross, Meridian; L.A.; Delta Delta Delta. • Carolyn 
D. Ross, Jackson; L.A.; Pi Beta Phi. • Harvey T. Ross, Jr., 
Clarksdale; Bus.; Phi Delta Theta. • Jerry Allen Ross, Jack- 
son, Tenn.; L.A.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



Fourth Row: 

• Roderick S. Russ, III, Jackson; L.A.; Sigma Chi. • Char- 
lotte Ann Russell, Ripley; L.A. • Effie Jane Russell, Pontotoc; 
Bus. • Mary M. Russell, Gulfport; L.A.; Phi Mu. • Robert 
E. Russell, Carthage; Engr.; Phi Delta Theta. 



Fifth Row: 

• James E. Salmon, Biloxi; L.A.; Sigma Nu. • Ronald L. Sam- 
uels, Memphis, Tenn.; Bus.; Sigma Nu. • Henry E. Sanders, 
Hernando; Educ; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Suzanne Wells San- 
difer, Greenwood; L.A.; Chi Omega. • James Thomas Sasser, 
Brookhaven; Phar. I; Alpha Tau Omega. 



Sixth Row: 

• Harry L. Sauce, III, Hampton; L.A.; Phi Kappa Psi. • 
Sheryl L. Saucier, Evansville, Ind.; Educ; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. • Sandra Fay Savoy, Jacksonville, Fla.; L.A.; Alpha 
Omicron Pi. • Ronald Lee Scarbrough, Water Valley; L.A. 

• Mary F. Schloemer, Natchez; Bus. 



Seventh Row: 

• Joseph J. Schmelzer, III Jackson; Bus.; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

• George W. Scrivener, Memphis, Tenn.; L.A. • John P. 
Scruggs, Greenwood; L.A.; Alpha Tau Omega. • William 
D. Seale, Jackson; Bus.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Clant M. Seay, 
Jr., Jackson; L.A. 



Eighth Row: 

• Charles Serio, Greenwood; L.A. • Robert B. Seymour, 
Biloxi; L.A. • Susan Mann Sharpe, Brownesville, Tenn.; Educ; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. Katherine L. Shaw, Homer, La.; L.A.; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. • William G. Shockley, Vicksburg; 
L.A.; Phi Kppa Psi. 



Ninth Row: 

• Ann Ellen Shook, Charleston; L.A.; Delta Gamma. • John 
H. Shows, Ovett; L.A. • Suzanne Simmons, Memphis, Tenn.; 
Educ. • W. Albert Simmons, Jackson; Bus.; Sigma Nu. • 
Richard J. Simoneaux, Birmingham, Ala.; L.A. 



FRESHMEN 



First Row: 

• Patricia Lynne Simonetti, Marion, Ark.; L.A. • Edward 
Clarke Sims, Jr., Minter City; L.A.; Alpha Tau Omeqa. • 
Gail M. Singleton, Jackson; L.A.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • 
Jan Woods Singleton, Jackson; L.A.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

• William H. Sipes, Jr., Jackson, Tenn.; L.A. 



Second Row: 

•Carolyn S. Slade, Gulfport; Educ; Delta Delta Delta. • 
Barbara Lee Sloas, New Madrid, Mo.; Educ. • Amy Jo Smith, 
McLain; L.A. • Carol Lynne Smith, LaGranqe Park, III.; Educ; 
Delta Gamma. • Donald F. Smith, Batesville; Bus.; Siqma 
Alpha Epsilon. 



Third Row: 

• Frances Holmes Smith, Batesville; L.A.; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. • James Clarke Smith, Yazoo City; Bus. • James 
Edward Smith, Brownsville, Tenn.; L.A.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

• James Edwin Smith; Magnolia; L.A.; Siqma Alpha Epsilon. 

• Kathleen P. Smith, McMinnville, Tenn.; L.A.; Alpha Omi- 
cron Pi. 



Fourth Row: 

• Lester F. Smith, Jackson; L.A. • Marqaret E. Smith, Mead- 
ville; L.A. • Maril/n E. Smith, Durant; L.A. • Winnifred Smith, 
Meadville; L.A. • Stanford Jackson Smythe, Batesville; L.A.; 
Siqma Phi Epsilon. 



Fifth Row: 

• Brenda C. Snare, Greenwood; L.A.; Phi Mu. • Ralph El- 
wood Sneed, Jackson; L.A. • Tara Somani, University; Phar. 
I. • Katie Dee Speaks, Benoit; L.A.; Delta Delta Delta. • 
Nancy C. Spears, Water Valley; Phar. I; Zeta Tau Alpha. 



Sixth Row: 

• Charles Ross Spencer, Meridian; Bus. • Eva Nell Spinosa, 
Tutwiler; Educ. • James B. Spraberry, Oxford; L.A. • Shellye 
Edris Stanley, Shubuta; L.A.; Phi Mu. • Martha A. Stansel, 
Ruleville; L.A.; Chi Omega. 



Seventh Row: 

• Charles W. Steadman, 

• Martha Ann Stedman, 
Pinola; L.A. • Mariette 
Chi Omega. • William 
Kappa Alpha. 



Jr., Jackson; Bus.; Phi Delta Theta. 
Oxford; Educ. • Donald F. Steen, 
E. Stewart, Memphis, Tenn.; L.A.; 
Clyde Stev/art, Okolona; Phar. I ; 



Eighth Row: 

• Gladys Jean Stogner, Tylertown; Bus.; Kappa Delta. • 
William H. Stone, Holly Grove, Ark.; L.A. • Theresa Nell 
Stovall, Oxford; L.A. • Eleanor Sue Stringer, Jackson; L.A. 

• Michael Alan Strojny, Hyattsville, Md.; Bus. 



Ninth Row: 

• Daisy Diane Sullivan, Laurel; Bus.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • 
William S. Sullivan, Vicksburg; Educ. • Patricia A. Sumners, 
luka; L.A.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Neil A. Tarpley, Hernando; 
L.A.; Siqma f'i. • Benona Jeanne Taylor, Jackson; Educ. 



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First Row: 

• Julius R. Taylor, Jr., Charleston; LA.; Siqma Pi. • Mary 
E. Taylor, Oxford; Bus. • Richard K. Thiele, Orlando, Fla.; 
Engr.; Kappa Siqma. • David R. Thomas, Jackson; L.A. • 
James E. Thomas, Jr., luka; L.A.; Siqma Alpha Epsilon. 



Second Row: 

• Richard M. Thomas, Lonq Beach; L.A. • Rodney A. Thomas, 
Clarksdale; Bus.; Siqma Alpha Epsilon. • Sa Hie S. Thomas, 
Senatobia; Educ; Kappa Delta. • Mary Elizabeth Thompson, 
Oxford; Educ. • Norma C.Thompson, Memphis, Tenn.; Educ; 
Chi Omeqa. 



Third Row: 

• Walter W. Thompson, Bentonis; L.A.; Phi Delta Theta. • 
Vincie D. Thornton, Oxford; L.A. • Judy L. Townes, Grenada 
L.A.; Delta Delta Delta. • John Herndon Townsend, Forest; 
L.A.; Siqma Nu. • Ewinq B. Trauqhber, Kentucky; Enqr. 



Fourth Row: 

• Clyde W. Trevathan, Paducah, Ky.; Bus.; Alpha Tau 
Omeqa. • Cleta Su Tucker, Jackson; L.A. • Ethelyne Tur- 
naqe, Water Valley; L.A.; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Guy Nicholson 
Turnbow, Oxford; Educ. • Joan Elaine Turner, Crystal Sprinqs; 
L.A.; Alpha Delta Pi. 



Fifth Row: 

• Marlene E. Turner, Oxford; L.A. • Richie Turnipseed, Ox- 
ford; Bus. • Jesse B. Tutor, Jr., Meridian; Bus., Siqma Chi. • 
Sandra Kaye Tutor, Memphis, Tenn.; L.A.; Alpha Omicron Pi. 

• Carol Ann Vance, North Carrollton; L.A.; Zeta Tau Alpha. 



Sixth Row: 

• Gilbert P. Vance, Grenada; Bus.; Siqma Nu. • Lewis N. 
Vance, Hattiesburq; L.A.; Siqma Nu. • Ralph B. Vance, Jack- 
son; L.A.; Sigma Chi. • John C. Vandevender, Jackson; Bus.; 
Kappa Alpha. • Vicki S. Vandevender, Meridian; L.A.; Delta 
Delta Delta. 



Seventh Row: 

• Eddie Bolton Vandiver, Tupelo; Bus.; Sigma Nu. • Linda 
Faye Vann, Pascagoula; Bus.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Ste- 
phen Wiley Vaught, Coahoma; Enqr.; Phi Delta Theta. • 
Leonartd F. Vincent, Marks; L.A.; Siqma Nu. • Linda Dell 
Voss, Greenwood; Educ. 



Eighth Row: 

• William Clark Wadlington, Belzoni, Bus. • Russell G. Wal- 
drop, Jackson; L.A. • Harrison C. Walker, Jr., Macon; L.A. 

• Joseph B. Walker, McComb; L.A. • Robert P. Wallace, 
Crawfordville, Ark.; Engr.; Siqma Nu. 



Ninth Row: 

• Tommy R. Wallace, Jackson; Engr.; Alpha Tau Omega. 

• Anita K. Waller, Oxford; L.A. • Jamie E. Walsh, Jackson; 
L.A.; Phi Mu. • Thomas Lloyd Walters, Laurel; L.A.; Kappa 
Sigma. • William C. Walters, Lambert; Engr. 












FRESHMEN 



First Row: 

• Michael D. Ward, Jackson; Phar. I. • Jimmy L. Ware, 

Natchez; Bus.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Elaine C. Watkins, 

Waynesboro; Bus. • Gail Watkins, Houston; L.A. • James 
Edwin Watkins, Jackson; Bus.; Sigma Chi. 



Second Row: 

• James C. Watts, Jr., Meridian; L.A.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • 
Robert L. Weathersby, McComb; L.A.; Beta Theta Pi. • James 
W. Webb, Oxford; L.A. • John R. Webb, Meridian; Bus. 

• William J. Webb, Stanton, Ky.; Engr.; Alpha Tau Omega. 



Third Row: 

• David G. Weir, Jackson; L.A.; Alpha Tau Omega. • Sax- 
ton A. Weir, III, Grenada; L.A.; Alpha Tau Omega. • Bette 
Karyn Welch, Greenville; L.A.; Phi Mu. • Robert C. Welch, 
Tocmsuba; Engr. • Harvill E. Weller, Jr., Vicksburg; L.A.; Phi 
Delta Theta. 



Fourth Row: 

• Marcia Wanda West, Knoxville, Tenn.; Phar. I; Alpha 
Omicron Pi. • Leslie M. Westbrook, Jackson; L.A.; Phi Mu. 

• Linda Anne Westfall, Evansville, Ind.; Bus. • Peggy Ann 
Whitaker, Memphis, Tenn.; L.A.; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Robert 
L. Whitaker, Meridian; L.A. 



Fifth Row: 

• Charles T. White, Water Valley; Engr. • John E. White, 
Jr., Pinola; Phar. I. • Gary C. Whitener, Fredericktown, Mo.; 
Educ • Larry J. Whitener, Fredericktown, Mo.; Bus. • War- 
ren T. Whitmire, Jr., Fairfax; Engr. 



Sixth Row: 

• Mary Ann Whitten, Holly Springs; Educ. • Neville R. 
Wichman, Brookhaven; L.A.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Edwin 
R. Williams, McComb; Bus.; Phi Deita Theta. • Jon Smith 
Williams, Batesville; Bus.; Kappa Sigma. • Margaret Diane 
Williams, Pascagoula; L.A.; Kappa Delta. • Sandra Williams, 
Brandon; L.A.; Delta Delta Delta. 



Seventh Row: 

• Gerald G. Williamson, Meridian; L.A. • Evelyn R. Williford, 
Greenwood; L.A. • James R. Willis, Jr., Bruce; L.A. • Ken- 
neth C. Willis, Bruce; Engr. • Byron H. Wilson, Perryville, 
Mo.; Bus.; Sigma Pi. • Clyde H. Wilson : Jr., Vicksburg; Bus ; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



Eighth Row: 

• Jane Tyler Wilson, Jackson; L.A.; Delta Gamma. • Rose 
Robyn Withers, Atlanta, Ga.; L.A.; Kappa Delta. • William 
Carl Wixon, Cruger; L.A. • Tommy D. Womack, Lake City, 
Ark.; Engr. • John W. Wong, Greenville; Phar. I. • Sandra 
Lee Wood, Cleveland; L.A.; Delta Delta Delta. 



Ninth Row: 

• Barbara Joan Woodbury, Pensacola, Fla.; L.A.; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma. • Delbert N. Woods, Taylor, La.; L.A. • Fred 
G. Wilson, Greenwood; Bus. • Margaret Carol Work, Ox- 
ford; L.A.; Delta Gamma. • Lottie Virginia Wroten, Lambert; 
L.A. • Gale Joan Wuesterfeld, Meridian; L.A.; Pi Beta Phi. 



Tenth Row: 

• Kathryn E. Yandell, Canton; L.A. • Bonnie Gene Yearwood, 
Shreveport, La.; L.A.; Pi Beta Phi. • Kenneth W. Young, 
Oxford; Bus.; Alpha Tau Omega. • Robert J. Young, Me- 
ridian; Bus.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Rodney W. Young, Mobile, 
Ala.; L.A. • Emile A. Zoghby, Mobile, Ala.; Bus. 




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Jane Bingham Simpson 



IN MEMORIAM 



There was a slant of sunlight about her that you could never quite escape 
without finding that some of her shine rubbed off on you. She liked bright 
colors and happy people and being alive. She wore her heart on her sleeve 
and invited you, by her smile, to be her friend. And we accepted her offer 
and loved her. 

We, the Yearbook staff, affectionately present the 1965 OLE MISS 
in memoriam to Jane Bingham Simpson. 



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Aaron, Mary Elizabeth 313 

Abbott, Guthrie T.. 273 203 

Abbott, John Rush 2A I 339 

Abdalla, Sidney Jacob, 143. 157, 241, 33? 

Abdo, Frank Brian, 356 

Abernathy, Patricia D.. 339 

Abernethy. Alice Kay, 137, 175. 231, 356 

Abernethy, Mary Rose. 222, 233 339 

Abernethy, Thomas G., Jr., 261, 302 

Abney, Fred Gordon, 143, 313 

Abraham, Fred Larry, 313 

Abraham, George E., II, 151 265, 302 

Abraham, Katherine A.. 137, 170. 177. 245. 

356 
Acevedo, Robert Michael. 163, 302 
Adams, David Edward, 269 33? 
Adams, Holmes S., 261, 369 
Adams, John Jasper, 1 60, 313 
Adams, Judith Ann, 137, 178. 179 233 356 
Adams, Kathryn P., 237, 369 
Adams, Ph'lip Ross, 302 
Adams, William F., 265, 369 
Addleton, James Ervin, 257, 339 
Adelman, Jan G., 271, 302 
Ainsworth, Carroll Anne, 369 
Ainsworth, Howard Smith, 313 
Ainsworth, Jimmy David, 146. 147. 339 
A'ren Jay Henry, 369 
- 1 • ns, Eddie Gene, 313 
Alderson, Janie C, 369 
A'derson, Vettra Glenn, 259, 302 

- Irich, Lyman D. 253, 356 
Aldridoe, Kenneth Edward 249, 369 
Aldridge, Ma'colm Lee, 135, 275, 369 
Aldridge, Martha Jean, 134, 135. 313 
Alexander, Barbara J., 369 
Alexander, Donald V., 303 
A'exander. Elizabeth J., 229, 313 
Alexander, Ermalene A , 313 
Alexander, Joel D., 269 369 
Alexander, Thomas A.. 251, 3% 
Alexander, Virginia Louise, 227. 356 
Alexander, Virna Ruth, 227, 313 
Alford S"<A" Prisol'a 147 231, 339 

Alias, Fred Vincent, 259, 369 
Al'en, Barbara Ann, 179 233,339 
Allen, Charles Ronald, 302 
Allen, Co'eman M. Jr , 261, 369 

D anne L. 237 356 
Allen. Ghill Fosta 339 
Al'en, Henry R., 273, 369 
A'len, James Roberts, 302 
Al'en, Jane Elizabeth, 173 239. 313 
Allen, Joan C'aire 161, 239, 326 
Al'en, June Marie 313 
Allen Lee Nash, 313 
Allen, Mary Douglas, 137, 170. 231. 356 
Allen. Robert Johnson. 267, 356 
Allen Will'am Ragon 155 273, 356 
Allen Wi'son Otis. 339 
Allenburger, Christian III. 265, 313 
Alliston. George Barron 356 
Almond Richard Marvin 313 
Alwani. Ashok W.. 151, 339 
Ammon, Robert E., Jr.. 339 
Anderson, Carolyn E., 136, 313 
Anderson, Charles H., 339 
Anderson. Frank Andrew. 136, 147, 339 ' 
Anderson. Frank Andrew, 356 
Anderson, Harry Stiles, 259, 369 
Anderson, Martha Marie, 241, 369 
Anderson, Polly Chambers, 356 
AnHe" c ^n Thomas H., Jr., 369 
Anderson, William Fenton, 269. 279. 356 
Angeiacopoulos, Harry. 302 
* - Dalton W., 356 

Anthony, Laurie Knox. 237, 356 
Anthony. Phil'ip Lynn. 275, 356 
Antwine Harold Melville, 160 302 
Apel, William C. 265, 369 
Archer, Anne Finlay, 231, 313 
Arledge, Elzey Joe, Jr., 172. 275 313 
Armor, Milton Philip, 168, 269 339 
Armour, Carroll Suzanne, 227, 369 
Armstrong, Katharine V., 235, 356 
Arnett, John Frank, 138, 356 
Arnold, John Richard 271, 313 
Arnold, John Y . Jr., 155. 356 
Arnold, Larry Wayne. 339 
Arnold R :hard L'oyd, 165 269 302 
Aron, Paul Harry. 278. 279. 356 
A" -gton, Peggy Sue, 369 
Aschermann Ronald M., 269, 339 
Ashley Wil iam L., 302 

- are, Peggy Marcelle, 356 
irth James H., 271 356 

Atkins, Linda K. 229. 369 

\tl ns, Richard Earl. 313 

Atkinson, Bruce E., 265, 279, 369 

Atkinson, Eona Sue 356 

Atkinson, Will'am Edward 155, 257 356 

Aust Sandra Lee, 137, 162, 239 356 

Austin, Frank S.. 275. 369 

Ausf'n, John Roger, 149. 339 

Austin, Martha Jane, 173 245 313 

Ayer, Eric K. 369 

Ayers, Curtis Proper, III. 313 



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Babb, Juanita S.. 369 

Babers, Cynthia Olive, 158, 175 243 369 

Babyak. Robert G., 168 313 

Bachkai, Frank E., 302 

Backlund, Tunell Constance, 356 

Baddley, James K , Jr., 253, 339 

Baier, Michael Mathias, 261. 356 

Ba'ley, Barbara Ann 369 

Bailey, Bi'li Ann, 227. 369 

Bai'ey, Dolly Sue, 339 

Bailey, James Williams, 148. 271. 339 

Bailey, Martha Jean, 245 356 

Bailey, Robert A., 257. 313 

Bailey. Robert W. 168, 313 

Bailey, Robert William, 157. 261. 369 

Bailey, Sam Harper, 166, 313 

Bailey, Victor Glenn, 339 

fta'ne, Margaret E , 369 

Baker, Patric'a Ann, 177, 180, 229, 313 

Baker, William Ernest, 261. 313 

Ba'ey, Doris Ann, 147, 178, 339 

Ba'l Annie Lavern, 313 

Ball Dwight Nicholas, 339 

Ball, Elsie Tyler 237, 339 

Ballard, Elizabeth Ann, 227, 313 

Ballard. Martha Carol, 356 

Ballentine, William F.. 273 356 

Bannister, Oarence 0-. 356 

Barbee Brenda E., 227. 339 

Barbee, Margaret E., 229, 369 

Barbee, Mil's E.. 273, 369 

8arbour, Evelyn A., 356 

Barbour, Genevieve McBee. 231, 313 

Barbour. John M., 269 369 

Barcn's, Guntis Jur's, 339 

Ba'enis, Varis, 313 

Barger, Diana June, 175, 356 

Barger, Stanley Edwin. 339 

Barham, Chandler F., 243. 369 

Barker G'enda Dell 237. 369 

Barkley, Walter Don. 149, 339 

Barksdale. James Love, 132, 136. 138, 150, 

153, 271, 314 
Barksdale. Nelson L., Jr., 253. 369 
Barlow James C, 275, 369 
Barlow Katherine N . 137. 239, 356 
Barlow Marvin Glenn, 339 
Barlow Terrell Wayne, 155, 181, 254, 356 
Barnes, Arthur D.. 132, 249, 302 
Barnes. John Yard, 271, 314 
Barnett Barbara Ann, 170, 314 
Barnert, C'ifford Edward J., 160. 273. 314 
Barnett, George D., 369 
Barr, Jacob Dexter, Jr., 253, 339 
Barr, James Robert, 314 
Barr, William Howard, 302 
Barrett George R.. 314 
Barrett James A., Jr.. 259. 339 
Barrett John William, 139, 261. 356 
Barrett Pat Montgomery, 259, 302 
Barrett, Mary Elizabeth, 173, 229. 339 
Barrett, Peter Hickman, 253. 369 
Barron, Don F., 273, 369 
Barrow Robert James, 277, 339 
Barton, Robert William, 254, 314 
Barton, Sylvia Ann, 369 
Bass, Meredith A., Jr.. 271, 356 
Bassett, Sandra Marie. 369 
Bates, Christopher M.. 339 
Batts, Allen G.. 369 
Baxter, Lloyd M., 253, 369 
Beach, Stephen Leeds. III. 132. 136. 273, 

302 
Bean, Theodore Thomas, 167, 339 
Beard. Fred L, Jr , 261, 369 
Beard John E., 339 
Beaslev Blair E., Jr , 140, 141, 302 
Beasley, Elizabeth Pearce. 339 
ey James L.. Jr.. 275. 356 
Beasley, Robert Lloyd. 257. 356 
Beaupre, Gary Francis, 314 
Beaver Sondra Kath'een, 179. 229. 339 
Beckwith, Phyllis Janice, 229, 356 
Bee Anna Margaret, 237, 356 
Beemon Fred Edwin. Jr., 166. 181, 339 
Bej Asit Kumar Jahorlal, 136. 302 
Bel k William Dean, Jr.. 163. 261, 302 
Bell, Fred Allen, 271. 314 
Bell. Hudson Ford. 261, 314 
Bell Hugh Oliver Jr.. 269. 314 
Bell. John T.. 356 
Ball, Josh Bowles, III, 314 
Bell Ramelle Eason. 233, 339 
Bellshot, Alice Mae, 229, 339 
Benn ChaH'e William. Jr., 357 
Bennett. James Albert 269. 339 
Bennett, James H., Ill, 357 
Bennett. James K., 273, 357 
Bennett Marshall Goodloe, 132, 169, 271 

314 
Bennett, Richard Thomas 132 163, 302 
Bennett, Susan E., 245, 369 
Bennett, Thomas W., Jr., 176. 339 
Benson, Joe Eddins, 357 
Beguette, Carol Jeanne, 235, 314 
Bergalowski Chester W.. Jr., 267, 340 
Berger, William Zane 370 
Bergo'd, George H., Jr.. 132, 136, 139 

160, 261. 314 
Bernard. Me'anie Patricia, 229, 314 



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Berry Donna Ann, 314 
Berry Donna Ann, 314 
Berry, Frank, II, 275, 357 
Bethards, Leonard Gene, 314 
Bevill, Rodney L.. 340 
Biddy, Beverly Jean, 243, 370 
B edenharn, James P. 269 370 

iedenharn, Letltia Mae, 237, 340 

'edenharn, Mary Ann, 162 237, 314 
gger, Jane Jackson. 233, 314 

iggs, David Michael. 265, 314 

ilbo, Margot Jean. 175. 237 370 

illing, John Henrik, 314 

illings, Carolyn Ann, 175. 177, 239. 357 

'Mings, Charles Dav'd, Jr., 370 
I'ingsley, Juanita L. 314 

inford. Harriet Nels"n 357 

irdwell. Betty C. 370 

is k op, Barbara Ann. 370 
Bishop, James Oliver, 136 143 273 314 
Black Carr Marion, 143 261 314 
Black, Sandra Lee 237 357 
B'ack. Scott G., Jr., 271, 370 
Blackledge, Aden Jack, Jr. 314 
Blackwell, Arnold V.. 165. 302 
Blackwell, Leonard A, II, 132 133 261 302 
B'ackwe'l, Richard B . 273 370 
Bland, William Anthony, 370 
Blazier, Robert T. 302 
B'essey, Gerald H., 132, 150, 302 
B'essey, Tamalane A. 370 
Bloch, Lois Jean, 227, 357 
Blount, Jerry Holmes, 275, 314 
Blount, Jerry Lee, 249 370 
8'umenthal, Henry S., Ill 267 340 
Bobbitt, Cheryl, 135, 147, 173 178 235 314 
Bogen, Edward J., Jr.. 257. 340 
Boggan, William Joe, 169 314 
Boggs, Charlene C, 147 227 340 
Kimble Lee, 273 314 
John William, 



Bo'en, 
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John Loyd, 249 
Clinton M., 340 
Bomboy, David W. 271 
Bond, Martha Dell, 3<<0 
Bonds, Eldridge Dean 
Boney, Judith Mary, 229, 315 
Boone, George Carring'on, 267, 370 
Boone, Linda Barbour. 237. 357 
Boone, Sharon Lynn, 370 
Boone, Victor Frank 159 167 174 340 
Booth, Claire Ann, 176, 340 
Borden, James Penninqton Borden 357 
Borden, William R., 370 
Boren, Charles Sidney. 132. 167, 254, 315 
Borthwlck, Josephine C, 231, 340 
Bosse, Douglas Brian 275 315 
Bostwick, Robert H., III. 271 370 
Boswell, Robert Bennett, 143 249, 315 
Bounds, James Randolph 315 
Bounds, Walter M., Jr 151, 340 
Bourgeois, Edna A , 370 
Bourland, Larry G'enn, 138, 357 
Bourn, Fred Exzell, Jr., 139 143 168 265 

340 
Bourne, Ralph Truitt, 160, 315 
Boutwell, George Howard, 159 315 
Bove, John F., 340 
Bowen, Bettie M.. 239, 357 
Bowen, David Larry, 340 
Bowen, Reese Tate, III, 132 133 152 273 

302 
Bowen, Sandra Diane. 231 340 
Bowie. Claude P.. 340 
Bowles. Corinne Gaither, 233. 340 
Bowling Linda Ann, 237, 340 
Boyce, Brenda Ann, 235. 370 
Boyd. David Maurice 139. 166. 357 
Boyd, Graham Gregory 249 315 
Bovd, Jim Haber, 3 1 5 
Boyd, Mary Dianne, 315 
Bovie, Thomas Wendell, 269, 340 
8oyles, Howell Johnson, 147. 370 
Bozone, Dav'd Emmett, Jr., 164 315 
Braden, James B., 261 370 
Brady, Joe Alister, Jr. 261 357 
Brame, Charles E., 259, 370 
Brame, Cynthia Louise 227 370 
Bramwell. Ann L. 229. 340 ' 
Branch, Wes'ey Ellis 267 340 
Brandt, Carolyn R., 357 
Branscome, Andrew Gainey, 269, 315 
Branton, James Clifton, 315 
Branton, Sedley Cameron, 160 315 
Brasfield, James S. M., 261 370 
Braswell. Bettye Jane. 357 
Bratt, Frank Whitty, 176, 357 
Braw'ey. Donna Louise, 370 
Brawley, Eddie Eugene 267 340 
Breath, Charles A , III 370 
8renner, Robert Soencsr 168 251 315 
B •• Maurice R., 370 
Brewer, Betty Ruth. 340 
Brewer, Ronald D., 370 
Brewer. Wasda Jean 179 180 357 
(forth, Barry Wilson 273. 357 
Bridges, James Wilson 234 340 

• Gloria C, 177. 130. 315 
8r'mm, James A.. 370 
B.ion, John Joseph, 340 



Briscoe, Mendum Dees 273 370 

Brister. Mary Elliott, 231, 340 

Bister, Sue Carole, 231 357 

Bntt'ngham, William W., 315 

B itton, Howard Lynn. 160, 315 

Brocato. Hess Raymond 267 370 

Brock. C'eve, III 370 

Brock, Henry Donne 132 259, 315 

Brock, Richard Wi'liam, 162, 169. 265. 315 

Brooks, Beverly Jean. 241 340 

Brooks, Charles L., 259 370 

B-ooks, Ronny D., 259, 315 

Brooks, Toni Marie, 340 

Broom. Robert Paul. 277, 315 

Broome Aust'n Randy 257 340 

Brou, Philip E., Jr., 249, 370 

Brougher, Robert T., 370 

B oussard, James Kenneth 340 

Brown, Billy Floyd 152, 163. 302 

Brown, Douglas Colin 340 

Brown, Ernest E'iot, III, 315 370 

Brown, Gerald K., 357 

B-own, Jack Davis, 302 

B-own, James Ticer, Jr., 275. 315 

Brown. John Alston, 166, 340 

Brown, Kenneth B., 370 

Brown, Linda Josephine, 357 

Brown, Marilyn L., 357 

Brown, Mary Amanda, 175. 177. 235, 315 

Brown, Milton Drummond 275 315 

Brown, Olie Dame, Jr.. 273, 340 

Brown, Suzan, 231 370 

Brown. Virginia Nell, 175 237 357 

Brown, William Howard, Jr., 271. 315 

B-owne, Margaret Olivia, 245 357 

Browning, Cindy Kaye, 158, 235, 315 

Browning, Jack M., 265, 340 

Borwnlee, Douglas Albert 315 

Brucker, Alan P., 278. 370 

B-um'ey, Charles B., Jr., 315 

Brummett, Dianna Lynn, 370 

B-unckhorst, William L. 302 

Brunetti. Samuel A. 357 

B-unt, Rex H.. 370 

Bryan, John R., 370 

3-,3n Richard Cohron Jr. 271 315 

Bryant, David Le'and. 139, 162 273 357 

Bryant, Edward Earl 271 340 

3- ant Mildred Sarah 340 

Bubeck, Penny, 175, 243 370 

Buchanan, Thomas T., 273, 370 

i--<. George Sumner, III 149 315 

Buel, Ward C, 371 

i I n, Beverly Sue, 237. 371 

Buford. Thomas A., 273 340 

Bumpas, Andrew G , 261, 371 

Bumpas, Guy Hartwell, Jr., 261 316 

Bunkley, Joel Wi'liam III, 254, 340 

Burcham, Gary Lee, 340 

Burgoon. James W , 302 

Burke, R c-a-3 Anthony 163 165 303 

Burks, Mary Ann. 222. 229 316 

3- r eson, Don Arthur. 316 

Burleson, John L., 343 

Burnett, Francis G., 267, 279, 371 

Burnett. Margaret Ann 340 

Burnett. Phillip C. 340 

Burns, Bobby W. 340 

Burns, Bonnie B., 147. 233. 371 

Burns, Josephine O, 316 

Burns Rosa R. 371 

Burrell. Donald R., 275. 371 

Rurrow. William Owen. 275 34C 

Burt, Lu-y Craddock. 144, 145 341 

Burton. Walcie Leon, 147, 341 

Bush, Carl Denton, 316 

- ' Frederick W.. 261 357 

Bush. Keith Sheprerd 233 341 

Bus-er, Tony M. 160 316 

Butler, Elizabeth S. 158 357 

Butler, Rachel Marion 237, 341 

Bjtler Sara Louise. 231. 316 

Butterfie'd. Bonita. 137, 231, 357 

Rutt.-oss, David Anthony, 303 

Buxton, G. Edward 275 341 

George G., 176, 371 
B num Gus Ame< 273 371 
Bynum, Margaret Alice, 135, 179, 229, 316 
3. j. James Larry, 316 
Bvrd. Patricia Anne, 172, 357 

Robert Darryl, 316 



Cabaniss, Rita Proby. 233, 371 
Cabell. James F., Jr. 303 
Cahill. Judith Lynne. 341 
Cain. Bobby Joe, 341 
Cain, Cynthia Louise, 233. 357 
Cairns. Albert Eugene. 341 
Calder. Willie Frank. 341 
Caldwell, Carolyn D. 371 
Caldwell, James E. 303 
Ca'dwell, James J.. 265 371 
Caldweli, Johnny M.. 160, 341 
Ca'dwell, Julia Holmes. 227, 341 

yell, Sarah Kathryn, 222 237 316 
Calhoun, Jackie C, 239. 341 
Calhoun. James Thomas. 303 
Callahan. Chester Morris, 316 
Callender, Diane B., 316 
Ca'lender, William C. 261. 303 



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Caloway, Grover R., 371 
Calvasina, Eugene Joseph 316 
Calvert, Russell Warren, 169, 316 
Cameron, Ralph F., Jr., 273, 357 
Camet, Jennings B., Jr., 249, 357 
Campbell, David Hardin 149 169 249 

316 
Campbell, Gerald Kent, 316 
Campbell, James McDonald, 371 
Campbell, Jan Alyse, 237, 371 
Campbell, Milus Calvin, Jr. 341 
Campbell, Virginia C, 235, 371 
Cannada, Cecil M., Jr., 371 
Cannady, Norman Alexander, 275, 357 
Cannan, Bill Joe, 357 
Cannon, Jerry Wayne, 136. 303 
Cannon, Mary Carolyn, 357 
Canup, Bobby Joe, 147, 149, 168, 316 
Caperton, Charles Henry, 341 
Capparelle, Joann Therese, 357 
Caridakis, George P., 316 
Carithers, Michael R., 265, 371 
Carley, Mark Steven, 151 167 316 
Carlisle, Betty M. E., 227 371 
Carlisle, Melanie W., 357 
Carnathan, Gary Lee, 303 
Carothers, Ann S., 177, 180 316 
Carothers, Richard Butler, 249, 341 
Carpenter, Cecil L, Jr., 341 
Carpenter, Meredith Davis, 237, 371 
Carpenter, Wayne O'Brian, 316 
Carpenter, William Manuel, 316 
Ca rr, James E., 267, 371 
Carr, John Curtis, 254, 303 
Carrington, Carol Ann, 229, 357 
Carrington, Carolyn L, 137, 161. 177, 235 

357 

Carrington, Robert E., Ill, 341 
Carruth, Susan Rowe, 180, 222, 231, 341 
Carsley, Robert Thomas, 259 341 
Carter, Dorothy Anne, 175, 357 
Carter, Elizabeth Chapman, 137 175 178 

180, 233, 357 
Carter, Kirk Paxton, 261, 371 
Carter, Michael H., Jr., 132, 156, 261, 316 
Carter, William Raymond. 341 
Carver, Candace Anne, 243, 371 
Casano, Joseph J., 253, 371 
Case, Barbara Elise, 341 
Case, Linda Massey, 239, 316 
Case, Susan Lee, 237, 371 
Caselli, Renato P., Jr., 253, 371 
Cashion, Sarah Lynn, 227, 316 
Cassidy, Carol Evelyn, 175 241 357 
Castle, John Dexter, 271, 358 
Castleman, Virginia Ann, 239, 341 
Catt, James Leroy, Jr., 358 
Caulfield, Mary Karen, 233 371 
Cauthen, Mary E., 358 
Chadwick, Martha Ann, 237, 316 
Chamberlin, Leonard M., 316 
Chambers, Richard Cullin, 254, 316 
Chancellor, Don Wood, 341 
Chandler, Anita O., 231, 316 
Chandler, James Walter, 271 316 
Chandler, Kyle, 261, 371 
Chandler, Laurance N., 269 341 
Chaney, Kay, 180, 341 
Chaney, Linda J., 371 
Chapman, Gay Lynn, 180, 341 
Chapman, Larry H., 259, 371 
Chase, Jerry S., 138, 148, 341 
Chatham, Gerald Wilborn 273 341 
Chatham, William F., 341 
Chatman, Mary Leila, 239, 341 
Chatman, William Benjamin, 371 
Cheairs, Thomas W., Ill, 249 371 
Cheek, Hollis Clifton, 271, 371 
Cheruvelil, Joseph M., 303 
Chesnut, Robert W„ 147, 371 
Chevis, John Cecil, Jr., 316 
Childress, Bobby W., 147 341 
Chinn, Patricia D., 371 
Chisholm, John H., Jr., 317 
Chisholm, Jeannie Lucinda, 371 
Chotard, Manche Bennett. 273, 358 
Chow, Sammy Ming, 358 
Chrestman, Michael Adam, 275, 317 
Chrestman, Reuben L., Ill, 273, 358 
Christy, James Dewitt, 249, 341 
Chu, Edwin, 164, 317 
Chuang, Lan Yuh Yang, 303 
Chuang, Vincent Tsungchien, 303 
Chunn, Anson Bobby. 358 
Church, Clarence H., 341 
Chustz, Sandra Lynn, 243, 358 
Clanton, Donald Merritt, 317 
Clark, Alvah E., Jr., 259, 279, 358 
Clark, Ann Carol, 237, 358 
Clark, Charles Luper, 341 
Clark, Dorothy Ruth, 371 
Clark, Doug'as E., Jr., 261, 37l 
Clark, Harold Nowlin, 261, 358 
Clark, Richard Cottrell, 271, 341 
Clark, Richard Orville, 303 
Clark, Susan Stevens, 177, 233. 317 
Clay, Floyd Martin, 303 
Clay. James R., 253, 358 
Clayborne, E. Tolice Long. 341 
Clayborne, Lacy C, Jr., 371 
Clayton, Nancy Carol, 341 
Clayton, Susan, 239, 371 



Clayton, William J., 249, 358 

Clemens, Jeptha Clark, 147, 181 341 

Clement, Neal G., 261, 341 

Clements, Diane M., 341 

Clements, Rush M., 303 

Clemmer, Burton C, II 253 358 

Clifford, Charles G., Ill, 371 

Clifford, Karen Lynne, 137, 146, 147 239, 

358 
Clingman, Keith P., 269 371 
Clinton, Anita C, 24 1> 371 
Clinton, Janie Lyn, 144, 145 233 303 
Clinton, John William, 159, 167. 341 
Clinton, Richard Bunton, 273, 341 
Cloar, Connie Louise, 243 371 
Coates, Bobby A., 159 341 
Cobb, Judy Carolyn, 237, 358 
Cobb, Russell Victor, III, 249 317 
Cochran, William T., 132, 303 
Cockrell, Thomas Ley. 317 
Cofer, Edwin Tharp, 149, 358 
Cofer, F. Lenward, 371 
Coffey, Andrew Walker, 303 
Coggin. James Virgil, Jr., 149, 273. 317 
Cohen, Harold Sanford, 317 
Cole, James A., Jr., 143, 341 
Cole, Jane A., 341 
Cole. John Franklin, 317 
Cole, Marsha K., 372 
Cole, Patricia Louise, 177, 179, 180, 241, 

342 
Cole, Robert Gary, 342 
Cole, Ronald Keith, 275, 317 
Coleman, Billy Mack, 358 
Coleman, Doris K., 358 
Coleman, George E., Jr., 271, 279, 358 
Coleman, Richard Lee, 342 
Coleman, William D., Jr., 358 
Collier, Carolyn, 358 
Collier, Chambliss H.. 249, 342 
Collier, Warner J., 342 
Collins, Homer D., 372 
Collins, Lillye Jane, 158, 372 
Collins, Mac Kelly, 303 
Colvin, Joan Estella, 237, 372 
Colvin, Judith Ann, 237, 358 
Comeaux, Jerry R., 303 
Comer, Jimmy Franklin, 317 
Comer, Thomas Howard, 273, 342 
Comer, Wayne Peter, 358 
Conant, Shelia Jean, 239, 317 
Conaway, Van C, Jr.. 261, 342 
Condon, Gail Hanley, 372 
Conner, Cathy Diane, 144, 145, 161, 237, 

317 
Conner, Charles Stockton, 269, 358 
Conner. Lee K., 267, 372 
Conwill, Johnny F., 358 
Cook, Lora Cynthia, 235, 358 
Cook, Lucius P., 257, 358 
Cook, Mary Bibb, 147, 317 
Cook, Paul Martin, II, 265, 342 
Cook, Prudence McFadden, 317 
Cooke, Frances Amelia, 137, 233, 342 
Cooke, Michael Dale, 358 
Cooke, Patricia Dorina, 342 
Cooley, Helen L., 245, 358 
Cooper, Charlyne, 372 
Cooper, Mary Beth, 147, 245, 372 
Cooper, Stephen Kitrick, 149, 249, 342 
Cooper, Tom S., 269, 342 
Cooper, Wanda Kay, 372 
Corban, Alton Lee, Jr., 358 
Corlew, John Gordon, 132, 139, 147, 150, 

171, 273, 317 
Cornelius, Philip T., 303 
Correro, Anthony Phillip, 303 
Corsale, Joseph N., Jr., 163, 303 
Cothran, Tom A., Jr.. 277. 358 
Cotner, Linda Lee, 239, 358 
Cotten, Robin Owen, 259. 342 
Cotton, Carroll L., 273, 372 
Counce, Sandra Lucille, 342 
Coursey, Myra Judith, 158, 222, 235. 342 
Coursey, Nancy Carolyn, 135, 148, 235, 317 
Covington, Robert O., 342 
Cox, Alvin C, Jr., 259, 372 
Cox, Anna Kate, 229, 303 
Cox, Cecil Vester, Jr., 317 
Cox, Clara Dean, 161, 170, 358 
Cox, Frankie Lee, 342 
Cox James Thomason, 257, 317 
Cox, John C, 149, 358 
Cox, Roger D., 273, 372 
Cox, Sammye Jane, 177, 180, 229, 342 
Cox, Sidney Anderson, 317 
Craig, Edward E., Jr., 303 
Craig, Louie Vivian, Jr., 303 
Cramer, Charles B., 303 
Cranford, Jane, 227, 372 
Crawford, Buren R., 372 
Crawley, David E., Ill, 317 
Crawley, Ethel J., 372 
Crenshaw, Richard Langford, 317 
Cresswell, Peggy Ann, 239, 358 
Cribbs, Fred Chastain, 271, 317 
Cribbs, Thomas Euqene, 271, 317 
Crisler, Anne M., 177, 241, 372 
Crisler, James W., 303 
Crocker, Jon A., 257. 303 
Cromeans, Theresa Lee, 317 
Cromer, Mildred Louise, 239, 372 



Cromwell, Rayner Jeanne 137 146 147 

235, 358 
Crook, Don, 275, 372 
Crook, Jon, 172, 275, 372 
Crosby, Henry Thorne, 271, 317 
Crosby. Leonard Andrew, III 275 342 
Cross, Virginia Portis, 239, 372 
Crouch, Merrye Jan, 146, 317 
Crouch, Michael Avery, 372 
Crouch, Will Ray, 358 
Crow, John Dale, 143, 317 
Crowder, Elizabeth Viola, 176, 358 
Crowson, Thomas Dewey, 153, 273 303 
Crumbley, Randy Gary, 273 342 
Crump, Robert H, 253, 372 
Cuevas, Lloyd Anthony, 317 
Cunningham, Larry Lamont, 358 
Curlee, Cullen B., Ill, 342 
Currie, James Tyson, 251, 372 
Curtin, James E., 257, 303 
Curtis, Chester H., 261 372 
Curtis, William H., 372 
Custy, Jane Catherine. 137 358 
Cyr, Robert Paul, 262, 372 



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Dabbs, Gilford F., Ill, 267, 303 
Dabbs, Jesse Grafton, 249 372 
Daigle, Edward J. 304 
Dail, James Russell, 257, 342 
Dale., James Albert, III, 163, 304 
Dale, John Lipscomb, 151, 156 I 

342 
Dalehite, William M. Jr. 169 267 
Dalton, Robert A., 249 372 
Dalton, Sam E., Ill, 273, 372 
Daly, Helen Elizabeth, 152, 317 
Daly, James Francis, 249, 342 



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Charles M., 259, 
Dorothy Ann, 31 
Jo Adaire, 147, 318 
Lloyd Coppedge., 318 
William Jackson, 259, 318 
. Thomas Peter, 249, 372 
Draughton, Martha Jane 137 342 
Daves, Ralph Lee, 273, 372 



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dson, Frances Ann, 136, 148, 176 

dson, Glen Harris, 163, 267, 304 

dson, James Joseph, 254, 358 

dson, Leigh L., 233, 372 

dson, Pamela Sue, 147, 372 

s, Carl F., 254, 318 

s, Carolyn Faye, 318 

s, Charlotte A., 372 

s, Delia, 342 

s, Donnie Monroe, 318 

Howard Quitman, Jr., 249, 318 



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s, James Harvey, 251, 342 
John P., 273. 358 
Michael L., 267, 318 

is, Paula, 318 

is, Philip Lee, Jr., 372 

is, Oscar E., Jr., 304 

Robert Earl, 160, 275, 318 
Robert Sol, 358 
Ruth Ann, 147, 229. 342 
Sidney Dewitt, 143, 273, 358 

s, Stephanie Sue. 239, 359 

s, Virginia A., 231, 342 

is, William Bradshaw, 342 

s, William H., 271, 372 

s, Winfred J., Jr., 9, 26, 372 

s, Winston Robert 149, 318 
itt, Louis P., 253, 372 
Dawson, William Howard, 259, 372 
Daykin, Jon Jerome, 304 
Dean. Daniel M., 259, 372 
Dean, Linda Virginia, 229, 318 
Dean, Michael Roy, 318 
Dear, Steven Kent, 143, 144, 145, 157, 261 

318 
Deare, James Davidson, 318 
Deare, Janet J.. 147. 342 
Debay, Francis A., 271, 372 
Dedeaux, Jimmy G., 168, 265, 304 
Dedeaux, Suzanne M., 318 
Dediego, Sandra Eileen, 318 
Dean, Inmond Louis, Jr., 318 
Deepak, Kul, 151, 304 
Dees, James Anthony, 372 
Dees, James Gregory, 372 
Dees, Strawford H., Ill, 271, 372 
Deese, James Wheeler, 163, 304 
Dehmer, Joseph Theodore, Jr., 132, 165, 

304 
Delgadlllo, Dolores, 304 
Delgadillo, Ligia Pilar, 318 
Deline, Donald Arthur, 132, 152, 157, 169, 

273, 318 
Delph, Fred Kevin, 372 
Demarco, Charles G.. 277, 372 
DeMoss, Hariotte Craige, Jr., 373 
Denham, Elizabeth M,, 231, 373 
Denham, Ennis Paul, 160, 318 
Denley, George Timothy, 171, 373 
Denney, Earl L., 304 
Dennis, Walter Michael, 261, 342 
Densing, Gary L.. 304 
Densing, Lani Lee, 229, 342 
Denton, Gus B., 261, 304 
Denton, Thomas S., 147, 277, 373 



Denton, William Lyman, 150, 163, 271, 304 

Derose, James Dominic, 253 373 

Deterly, James H., 373 

Deterly, William Henry, 269, 342 

Deuschle, Edwin John, 373 

Devane, James R., 304 

Dewees, Dianne Mann, 231, 359 

Dewees, Herbert Emille, Jr., 257, 318 

Dexheimer, Carole L., 359 

Dexter, Mary May, 239, 373 

Dickerson, Louis Rivers, Jr., 342 

Dickey, Ronald, 373 

Dickins, Oren William, 318 

Diffendorfer, Vicki L., 177 373 

Diffley, Kevin K., 245. 373 

Dike, Susan L., 373 

Dlket, Merrill E,, Jr., 160, 271 318 

Dillon, Richard Lee, 373 

Dilworth, Hal Conn, Jr., 140, 141, 318 

Dobbs, Marian Jane, 373 

Dobbs, S. Carter, Jr., 251, 342 

Doqgett, John Even 147, I "9 < '-7 271, 318 

Doiron, Gregory Oliver, 253, 373 

Dollar, Carlos Ray, 151, 167, 318 

Donald, William D., Jr. 253 304 

Donnell, Robert E., Jr.. 342 

Donner, David Jay, 373 

Donovan, Thomas K., 304 

Doolittle, Janis N., 373 

Dorrill, George Lee, 251, 342 

Dossett, Anita Kathryn 342 

Dossett, Charlotte Ann, 235. 342 

Doty, Glenn Alvon, 342 

Dougherty, Sally Ann, 359 

Douglas, Bobby Delain, 373 

Douglas, James Harold, 318 

Dove, Susan E., 373 

Dover, Jerry Lynn, 277. 373 

Dowdle, Lee Dell B., 318 

Dowdy, Robert Wayne, 152. 319 

Downer, Joan Elaine, 135, 136 233 319 

Doyle, Dennis Albert 265, 359 

Drake, Carl Eugene, 259, 319 

Drake, Danny Alton, 373 

Drake, Thomas A Jr, 269 373 

Dreher, Kenneth R., 249, 373 

Dubard, John Allen, 166, 319 

Dubois, Bobby W., 373 

Dubois, George, 259, 342 

Duck, Howard L„ Jr.. 373 

Ducker, Richard E., 249, 359 

Duckworth, Betty Dea, 175. 373 

Duckworth, Dale Lee, 169, 249. 319 

Duckworth, Jack O., 373 

Duckworth, Joseph W., Jr., 164 319 

Duffee, Ann E., 373 

Duke, Douglas Ratcliffe, 269, 342 

Dukes, James O., 273, 373 

Duncan, James David, 271, 279. 342 

Duncan, Nancy Carol, 239, 319 

Duncan, Patsy G., 239, 373 

Dunmire, Lois Jean, 359 

Dunn, Anna C, 231, 359 

Dunn, Carroll Edward, 271 343 

Dunn, Christopher A., 249, 373 

Dunn, Edgar M., Jr., 253, 373 

Dunn, Harold Eugene, 319 

Dunn, Linda Lee, 177, 227, 343 

Dunn, Mary Ann, 343 

Dunnaway, Phil Ray, 165, 304 

Dupree, James Edward, 373 

Durant, Frederick P., 163, 304 

Dye, William M., 132, 165, 304 

Dyre, Arnold Douglas, 267, 359 



Earnheart, Billie Joyce, 241, 343 
Earnheart, Marvin A., 373 
Earthman, Frances Kay, 245, 343 
Easley, Everette John, 150, 155, 247 343 
East, Judith Susan, 229, 373 
East, Leon Roland, 304 
Eaton, Brenda Sue, 231, 359 
Eavenson, Robert Dennis, 166, 319 
Eavenson, Theresa Anne, 373 
Echols, John A., 343 
Edmondson, Frederick E., 359 
Edmonson, Ben Garrett, 259, 304 
Edmonson, Mary E., 231, 359 
Edmonson, R. Lee, Jr., 319 
Edwards, Betty Joan, 245, 343 
Edwards, Carolyn Sue, 245, 373 
Edwards, George Ronald, 160, 249, 319 
Edwards, Harold M., Jr., 249, 373 
Edwards, James S., 319 
Edwards, Neva Sue, 373 
Edwards. Sara Margaret, 233, 343 
Eggen, Edwin, 159, 319 
Ehrlich, Stephen Marc, 155, 278, 343 
Eichold, Elizabeth Ann, 231, 373 
Einhaus. John Carl, 319 
Elder, Barbara Ann, 178, 319 
Elkins, James Carlton, 359 
Elkins, Stephen G., 166, 176, 373 
Ellard, Barbara Jean, 343 
Ellender, Bobby George, 373 
Ellington, Elissa Ann, 319 
Ellington, William E.. 132, 304 
Elliott, James Allison, 147, 277. 359 
Elliott, Joe I.. Jr., 319 
Elliott, Judy Carol, 241, 343 



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Elliott, Marvin E., 304 

Elliott, Richard W., Jr., 359 

Elliott, Thomas Franklin, 343 

Ellis, Clyde Allen, 138, 343 

Ellis, Guy Kenner, 163, 304 

Ellis, Lawrence H., Jr., 249, 373 

Ellis, Marylyn Page, 231, 359 

Ellis, Nancy Lee, 229, 343 

Ellzfey, Audrey Jane, 239, 343 

Ellzey, Susan Gwendolyn, 241 319 

Elmore, Donald C., 373 

Elmore, Joseph David, 147, 319 

Else, Donna Ruth, 245, 319 

Embry, Robert R., III. 343 

England, James Don, 304 

Enochs, Sheryl Clarke. 237, 373 

Epps, Julie Ann, 373 

Erichsen Carl S., 359 

Ericson, Gerald D., 304 

Essary William H., 304 

Estes Herman Donald. 142, 143, 319 

Estes, James A., 269, 343 

Estes, John Pointer, 359 

Etter, Priscilla Gay, 319 

Etz, James Blair, 253, 343 

Eubanks Diane Breedlove, 179, 319 

Eubanks, Franklin Gibson. 139. 251, 359 

Eubanks, Helen Ruth, 245, 343 

Eubanks, James W., Jr., 164, 319 

Evans, Donnie Herbert, 319 

Evans, Harold E., Jr., 269, 374 

Evans, Jack Edward, 275, 343 

Evans, Nancy Clo, 243, 374 

Evans, Steven Roy, 374 

Evans Thomas Charles, Jr., 273, 343 

Evans, Tiny Bess, 147, 179, 374 

Everett, Keren Ellen, 137, 158, 161, 231, 359 

Everitt, Douglas L., 359 

Ewing, Billy Tucker, 343 

Ezell, Joe Henry, 273. 343 

Ezell, Margaret Ann, 343 



Fair, Eugene Love, 138, 171, 176, 261, 359 

Fair, Margaret Devane, 233, 319 

Fairchild. Beverly F., 229, 359 

Faloon. John Thomas. 319 

Fancher, Jerry Dale, 319 

Fancher, Karen D., 229, 374 

Faneca, Cyril T., Jr., 132. 150. 251, 304 

Faneca, Linda Dearing, 359 

Farmigoni, Robert Frank, 142, 143, 343 

Farr, Bonnie Eva, 162. 241, 319 

Farrar, Robert L., Jr.. 273. 343 

Fatherree, John P., 269, 343 

Favret, Connie Ann, 241, 359 

Fealko, Ronald S., 160. 343 

Feemster, Saranne, 235, 319 

Felder, Alfred L., 343 

Felder, Otis D., 374 

Felder Wayne Lamar, 269, 374 

Feltenstein, Ned A., 267, 359 

Fenstermacher, David Lee, 168, 261, 343 

Fenstermacher, Nancy Lynn, 239, 359 

Ferguson, Donna Mae, 319 

Ferguson, Joe Carroll, 343 

Ferguson, Margaret Ellen, 137, 245. 359 

Ferguson, Rebecca, 239, 359 

Fernan, Sharon Cecille, 177, 359 

Fernandez, Kenneth J., 343 

Field, David Dudley, 343 

Fillare, Joseph Paul, 157, 262. 319 

Finch, Jo Carol, 227, 374 

Fine, Tah Houng, 304 

Finke, Christy Richards, 320 

Finklea, Nora L., 147, 245, 374 

Firestone, Dorothy A.. 374 

Fisacherly, Edward Clifton, 374 

Fisher, Jimmy Blaine, 304 

Fisher, Patricia Ruth, 237, 343 

Fitch, Linda Jane, 374 

Fitchett. Rita Joy, 245, 359 

Fitzgerald, Gerald Lee, 320 

Fitzgerald, James M., 343 

Flagg, Carolyn B., 233, 374 

Fleming, Bonnie Jane, 227, 359 

Fleming, Samuel Howard R., 304 

Fletcher, John E., 343 

Flinn, George Shea, Jr. 167, 273, 320 

Flowers, Carroll Leslie, 273, 320 

Flowers, Charles Harry, 320* 

Flowers, Linda L., 243, 374 

Flowers. Richard R., 151, 374 

Floyd, Judy Wood, 235, 374 

Floyd, Martha Ross, 158, 243, 320 

Floyd, Myron D., 343 

Floyd, Rebecca Ann, 374 

Floyd. Tom Sledge, 269, 320 

Fly, Eugene McDowell, 259, 343 

Fly. Henry Edward, 374 

Folk, Austin M., 374 

Fondern, Cary Leon, Jr., 305 

Foose, Nancy K., 231, 374 

Foose, Stephen Spradley, 147, 359 

Fooshee, Samuel R.. 343 

Foote, Claude Eugene, 269. 320 

Foote, Susan M., 343 

Force, Larry Allen, 359 

Ford, Cecil Atha, 163, 305 

Ford, Dennis Murphree, 257. 305 

Ford, Gail Grace, 222, 227, 343 



Ford, Janet Lynn. 136, 137, 177, 359 

Ford, John M., 159, 249, 374 

Ford, Mary Perry, 305 

Ford, Tommy S., 269, 343 

Foregger, Herbert V., 257, 343 

Forman, Roane D., 237, 374 

Fornea, Ray Larry, 164, 320 

Forrest, Beverly Sue, 359 

Fortner, James W., 320 

Foster, Arthur G., 305 

Foster, Elizabeth M.. 237, 320 

Foster, Marilyn Pauline, 179, 359 

Foster, Telena Kaye, 147, 245, 374 

Foster, Wilson Jerome. Jr., 262, 343 

Fouche, Patricia D., 320 

Fountain, Myrna D., 374 

Fowle, Diane M., 374 

Fowler, Rebecca Ann, 178, 180, 222, 235, 

320 
Fox, Fleeta E., 233, 374 
Fox, Larry Irby, 160, 320 
Fraley, Charles Carter, Jr., 320 
Franceshi, Renaldo, 305 
Franklin, Lannon D., 305 
Franklin, Sarah B., 227, 320 
Fraser, Shelley Lee, 164, 223, 344 
Frasier, Robert W., Ill, 359 
Fratesi, Shirley Ann, 237, 359 
Freeman, William L., Jr., 273, 344 
Freiberger, Susan F., 374 
French, Susan Louise, 241, 359 
Frey, Donald Edward, Jr., 257, 359 
Frezell, Thomas Leo, 257, 344 
Fried, Sandra Joyce, 374 
Frishman, Leon B.. 374 
Frith, Caroline C, 241. 359 
Fruge, Don Luis, 157, 271, 359 
Frye, Wallace David. 265, 374 
Fulton, Norman B., 359 
Fulton, Peter M., 374 
Fulton, Robert Filton, 143, 273, 344 
Funderburk, Robert Price, 163, 249, 344 
Fugua, George Thomas, 168, 320 
Furnas, Bonnie Kay, 239, 320 
Furr, Sarah E., 305 
Fyfe, Charles Watkins, 360 



Gafford, William Thomas, 149 360 

Galatian, Harold F., 265, 360 

Galloway, Harold L.. 374 

Galloway, James B., 273, 374 

Galloway, Robert C, 273, 305 

Gammill, Sam Hooper, 305 

Ganann, William A., 374 

Gandy, Prentiss W., 374 

Ganji, Fredrick Khanshan, 360 

Gardner, Louise Michele, 180, 233, 320 

Gardner, Peggy L., 374 

Gardner, Willie T., 374 

Garlic, William Stewart, 176, 344 

Garner, E. Jackson, 261, 374 

Garner, Ernest Le, I, 344 

Garner, Sarah Elizabeth, 147, 320 

Garrett, Patricia L., 239, 344 

Garrison, He'en C, 360 

Garrison, Joseph Edmund, 259, 344 

Garth, Gayle Louise, 235, 320 

Garth, Nancy H., 231, 374 

Gartrell, Margaret K., 305 

Gary, John Wesley, III, 152, 271, 320 

Garzik, Joseph S., Jr.. 269, 320 

Gaston, Chester Davis. Jr., 344 

Gastrell, Henry Martin, III, 261, 320 

Gates, Alexander 8., 305 

Gates, Haley S., 259, 374 

Gates, Hugh William, III, 360 

Gatewood, Edith A., 245, 374 

Gatlin, Barbara Ann, 241, 374 

Gatlin, Nancy L., 374 

Gatlin, Thomas Richard, 344 

Gay, Frank G., 360 

Gayden, John Overton, 269, 344 

Gean, Ruth Ann, 158, 320 

Geiselman, Charles W., Jr., 164, 320 

Geisler, John Francis, 320 

Genin, Robert Lawrence, Jr., 152, 153, 305 

Gennin, George Stratford, 320 

Gentry, Anita Louise, 177, 374 

Gentry, Robert Douglas, 267, 344 

Gerhart. Lucy Sparrow, 222, 231, 320 

Gerlach, Howard Lawrence, 344 

Gerrard, Jo Guyton, 320 

Gex, Joseph William, 259. 344 

Gibbens, Margaret Ann, 227, 374 

Gibert, Jere, 137, 156, 231, 360 

Gibson, John F., Jr., 305 

Gibson, Linda K., 147, 237, 375 

Gibson, William Jason, 164, 320 

Gifford, Carole E., 360 

Gilbert, Donald Lee, 375 

Gilder, Jerry Ouinton, 344 

Gilfoy. Lady Melinda, 231, 375 

Gill, Newton Gregg, 155, 267, 360 

Gill, Susan K., 235, 375 

Gillespie, Gail, 239, 375 

Gillespie, George Y.. Ill, 254, 320 

Gillespie, William Barry, 271, 360 

Gillingham, Henri Etta, 321 

Gillis, William Shelton, 273, 321 

Gilluly, John Joseph, 273, 375 



Gilluly, Mary Jane, 235, 344 

Girot, Edmond J., 269, 360 

Glaze, Stephen Jordan, 261, 344 

Gleason, Don Oliver, 305 

Glicco, John M., 360 

Gober, Cole Brittain, 321 

Gober, Donald F., 375 

Godwin, Albert Leroy, Jr., 360 

Godwin, Ronald H., 159, 344 

Goettman, Linda Jeanne, 375 

Goldman, Frank Bernard, 344 

Goldman, Thomas W., Jr., 321 

Gong, Kung Woo, Jr., 143, 321 

Goodman, Thomas E., 267, 375 

Goodyear, Elizabeth P., 375 

Gordon, Yvonne H., 321 

Gore. Charles Smith, 269. 344 

Gore, Elizabeth Ann, 344 

Gottshall, William R., Jr.. 273, 360 

Gourlay, John Grant, Jr., 165, 305 

Gowan, William A., Jr., 257, 305 

Gower, John Hammond, 344 

Goza, Miriam Susan, 231, 321 

Graeber, Rayner N., 269, 344 

Graham, Hardy P., 132, 136, 305 

Graham, Ida Hervey, 176, 227, 344 

Graham, James Tyson, 305 

Graham, Judy Williams. 344 

Graham, Karen Anne, 237, 344 

Graham, Lillian D., 245, 375 

Graham, Patty Brander, 235. 375 

Grant, Phyllis Eloise, 178, 179, 229, 321 

Grantham, Larry Lloyd, 249, 321 

Graves, Janice Owen, 321 

Graves, Jerry Thomas, 321 

Graves, Joe Elijah, 360 

Graves, Sara Beth, 245, 375 

Gray, Bruce J., 375 

Gray, David M., 305 

Gray, Donna Beth, 375 

Gray, James H., 305 

Gray, Jennie E., 305 

Grayson, Otis Jean, 344 

Green, George W,, III, 344 

Green, John Barrett, 143, 157, 168, 261, 321 

Green, Sally Jean, 241, 360 

Green, Sharon Hall, 156, 229, 344 

Green, William H., 344 

Green, William Michael, 265. 360 

Greenwell, William Scott, 344 

Greer, William Grady, 149, 171, 344 

Gregory, James K., 269, 360 

Griese Jerome Charles, 172 277, 344 

Griffin Janet Ann, 135, 233. 321 

Griffith, James E., 273, 3/5 

Griffith, Julius V., Jr., 360 

Griffith, Sedgie F., Jr., 267,344 

Grimes, F. Anita, 375 

Grimes, Lynda Ann, 233, 360 

Grinstead, Marjorie L., 227, 375 

Grobmyer, Robert L., 321 

Groves, Floyd Abram, 147, 321 

Grubbs, Clinton Julian, 344 

Grymanis, Vasilios T.. 305 

Guess, Charles M., 251. 375 

Guest, Phyllis Merida, 239. 360 

Guider, Benjamin Alfred, 375 

Guider, George W., Jr., 273, 375 

Gunn, William Carl, 169, 171, 253. 321 

Gunter, Gerald Goodwin, 321 

Guttery, John McOueen, III, 344 

Guttman, Stuart T., 321 

Guy, William Lester, 249, 375 

Guyton, David Lee, 132, 133, 136, 138, 139, 

148, 271, 321 
Ruyton, Gretta H. 305 
Guyton, Robert Allan, 138, 139, 271, 360 

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Hass, Nicholas McLeod, 305 

Hagstrom, Madeline, 227, 305 

Haig, Dolores Dross, 229, 321 

Hailey, William Andrew, 321 

Haines, Patricia M., 360 

Hale, Anthony Earl, 136. 152, 157, 273, 321 

Hale, Carol W.. 241, 344 

Hale, Kenneth G., 151. 344 

Hale, Paul W., Jr., 151, 344 

Haley, Suzanne, 233, 321 

Halfacre, William M., 2735, 375 

Hall, Billy Don, 321 

Hall, Cecie Anne, 375 

Hall, Donald George, 259. 321 

Hall, Donna S., 245, 375 

Hall, Dwight Joseph, 344 

Hall, Francis D., 267. 344 

Hall, John Travis, 321 

Hall, Larry B., 273, 360 

Hall, Sandra Nell, 235. 360 

Hall. Sylvia Ann, 360 

Halliday, Roberta Mae, 239, 344 

Ham, George Flournoy, 375 

Ham, Robert Andrews, 321 

Hamachek, Annabelle E., 175, 241. 344 

Hamachek, Donald Daniel, Jr., 267 321 

Hamberlin, Kathryn Lou, 158, 237, 344 

Hamblin, Bobby Wayne, 305 

Hamilton, James Edwin, Jr., 269, 34S 

Hamilton, Jimmy Lynn, 375 

Hamilton, Sarah Janet, 231 345 

Hamilton, William P., 375 



Hamm, Marcia Anne, 239, 375 

Hammond, Sara Jane. 147, 170, 345 

Hamner, John F., 166, 375 

Hanberry, Linda Dawn, 137, 161, 360 

Hancock, John W. 360 

Hancock. Mary Ann, 137 231 360 

Haney, Elinor Lynn, 179, 229. 375 

Hankins, Barbara Schmidt, 321 

Hankins, Kaye Ellen, 235, 321 

Hanna, Ronald Vincent 262, 321 

Hannah, Ted S., 171. 345 

Hansen, Alan George, 345 

Hansen, Barbara Jean, 305 

Hansen, Sheila Diane, 239, 360 

Haraway, David McWilliams, 345 

Harbour, Bryan O, 345 

Hardin, Ava Evelyn, 345 

Hardin, Mildred E. 241 375 

Hardin, Regina Claud 179 321 

Hardin, Robert H., 267, 375 

Harding. Robert K., 273, 375 

Hardy, Barbara Holland. 345 

Hardy, Larry Jerome. 375 

Hardy, Michael Wren 345 

Hardy, Ronald Keith, 273 375 

Hargett, Thomas R., 249, 375 

Hararaves, George Edward, 249, 375 

Harklns, Dezorah Ann, 322 

Harkins, Patrick Nicholas 163 305 

Harlan, William Betts, 160. 275, 322 

Harmon, Barbara Jeanne 147 235 345 

Harp, Lindsay Hale. 251, 322' 

Harper, Bryan Brand, 267 360 

Harper, Charles E., 257. 360 

Harper, John Wvatt, 275 345 

Harper, Judith K., 239, 375 

Harpole, Horace Wilson, 360 

Harrell, Griffin Holmes 150, 273 322 

Harrell, Rebecca Sue. 136, 148 345 

Harrington, Frank Whitaker 271 322 

Harris, Barbara, 233, 322 

Harris, Doris Moredock 360 

Harris, Jan, 180, 237 322 

Harris, John B., 267, 375 

Harris, Marilyn Frances, 235 322 

Harris, Nancy Jane, 148 227 322 

Harris, Sammie D., 149, 360 

Harrison, Edward E., Jr., 269 375 

Harrison, Elizabeth P., 235, 360 

Harrison, John Carl, 345 

Harrison, John Carl^ 345 

Harrison, Louise S., 241, 360 

Harrison, Michael G., 147, 159, 375 

Harrison, Nancy Lvnn. 179 375 

Harrison, Patton B., 253 345 

Harrison, Sandra Jane, 322 

Hartgraves, Lou Ann,' 231 345 

Hartley, Jean Alice, 322 

Hartley, Joseph C, Jr., 305 

Hartsfield. James C. Jr., 322 

Harwell, Glenn Wesley, 269. 360 

Harwood, Roseann Elizabeth, 237 322 

Hasler, Scott Garner, Jr., 345 

Hasseltine, Lee Luther, Jr. 305 

Hathorn, Ronnie Lawson, 360 

Hauberg, Robert E.. 132 136. 138 251 322 

Haven, Louis Franklin, III. 360 

Hawkins, James Orville. 273, 345 

Hawkins, Joseph G., 271, 360 

Haworth, Pamela Marshall 138 177 239 

360 
Hayes, William F., 261, 375 
Hayles, George C, 253, 305 
Hayman, Edwin Ford 261 345 
Haynes, M. Paul, Jr., 306 
Haynie, Charyl Anne, 222, 237. 345 
Heard, Cullum Jefferson 164 322 
Hearin, Robert M., 257' 375 
Hearn, Baxter K., 345 
Hearn, Walter Carey, 306 
Hecker, Patrick Richard, 322 
Hedgepeth, James Thomas. 345 
Hedges, Stephen Fred, 360 
Heagie, Wallace Eugene. 146 147 273 

322 
Heidelberg, Cecil F., 267 376 
Heidelberg, Roland W., III. 271, 360 
Heitzman, Harry Bradley 322 
Heliums, Betty Ann, 179 345 
Heliums, Winifred Ruth, 179 361 
Helms, Robert Carl, 361 
Hemer, Anna Evellyn. 135, 136. 241, 322 
Hemleben, Scott Parker, 306 
Hemphill, Judy Lee, 233 345 
Henderson, E. Elizabeth, 229, 376 
Henderson, Eugenia L., 179, 376 
Henderson, Handley L. Jr. 345 
Henderson, Willis Walley 160 322 
Hendrix, Robert E., Jr., 376 
Hendrix, Walter Thomas, 306 
Hennessee, Ramona C, 235 376 
Henry, David Berch, 275, 322 
Henry, James Robert, 376 
Henry, Karen S., 147, 237 376 
Henry, Mary Katherine, 178. 237, 361 
Henry, Samuel S., 306 
Herbowy, Taras John 322 
Herndon, James Ray 267, 345 
Herring, Arnold Jackie, 345 
Herring Hartwell C, III, 152, 153. 306 
Herring, Robert A., III. 159. 176. 376 



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Herrinqton, James W., 249, 376 
Harrington, Michael, 273, 345 
Herrington, Wayne Walker, 361 
Herron, Charles R., Ill, 267. 376 
Hester, Beverly Merle, 361 
Hester, Kathryn Healy, 135, 136, 144, 145, 

239, 322 
Hester, William Stewart, 361 
Hewes, Harry Pringle, 163, 269, 306 
Heyward, Susan Patricia, 222. 243, 345 
Hiatt, Warren A., Jr., 147, 273. 376 
Hickman. Dixie Else, 170, 175, 237, 345 
Hicks, James S., 261. 361 
Hiers, Jerry F., 136, 152, 306 
Higginbotham, John M., 344 
Higginbotham, Larry F., 150, 169, 271, 306 
Higgips, Carroll Jane, 235, 361 
Highbaugh, Lizabeth T., 345 
Hill, Billy John, 147, 322 
Hill, Charles E., 376 
Hill, Harold Ex, 361 
Hill, James M., 166, 361 
Hill, Mary Virginia, 170 227. 345 
Hill, Milton G., 261, 376 
Hill, Raymond Carl, 136, 152, 153, 322 
Hill, Roy Gene, 345 
Himelstein, Arnold, 152, 322 
Himes, Raymond Eugene, Jr., 269, 361 
Hindman, Stanley Chatham, 271, 345 
Hines, Martha H., 237, 376 
Hinton, Ben Terry, 322 
Hinton, Joe Lloyd, 160, 322 
Hipp, Max Davis, 166, 345 
Hobart, Margaret Ann, 231, 345 
Hodge, Elbert C, Jr., 306 
Hodge, Jo Curria Dent, 135, 136, 322 
Hodge, Ross A., 306 
Hodges, Douglas John, 361 
Hodges, Franklin Wayne, 322 
Hodges, William C. 345 
Hodgson, Michael Frederick. 143, 157, 273. 

322 
Hodgson, Thomas G., 273, 345 
Hodo, Edward Douglas, 143, 257, 306 
Hoffman, Katherine W., 231, 376 
Hogue, Elba Jane, 229, 376 
Hogue, Lloyd Eades, 265. 345 
Hogue, Orton H., Jr.. 265, 376 
Holcomb, Charles Howard, 143, 345 
Holden, Margaret K., 376 
Holder, Hancel, 361 
Holder, Larry Eugene, 160, 249 322 
Holder, Robert A., 306 
Holland, George R., 376 
Holley, Clarence Lee, 323 
Holley, Virginia Sue, 376 
Holliday, Mary Ann, 361 
Hollingsworfh, John G., Jr., 273 361 
Mollis, Kathrine O., 176, 177, 227, 376 
Holloman, Sara King, 231, 376 
Holman, Marion David, 345 
Holmes. Frank C, III, 269, 376 
Holmes, Miller Payne, Jr., 132, 136, 143 

152, 153. 154, 157, 162, 269, 323 
Holstein, Norman Richard. 323 
Holt, Edwin Love, 143, 157, 168, 261, 323 
Homich, George Hardin, 253, 323 
Hood. Jack Wade, 277, 323 
Hood, Jeffrey Edison, 253, 323 
Hood, Kay Carole, 323 
Hood, Kennon D., 271, 376 
Hope. William Madison. 269. 345 
Hopkins, Alben Norris, 163, 306 
Hopkins, Ruth B., 306 
Hopper. William Clayton. Jr., 323 
Hord, Oliver A., Jr., 147, 376 
Horn, Carrol D., Jr., 164, 323 
Horn, Cynthia June, 147, 376 
Horn, Lynda McAlpin, 323 
Horn, Margaret Ann, 361 
Home, Patricia A., 241, 376 
Home, Peggy Ann, 237, 376 
Horvafh, Edward Joseph, 323 
Hotard, Pamela Ann. 235, 361 
House, Nicholas D., 345 
Houston, David Winston, 139, 143 157 

172, 271, 346 
Houston, Sandra Kay, 158, 233, 323 
Houston, Thomas Ford, 171, 361 
Hovater, Noble Owen, 267, 323 
Hovious, Bradford W.. 376 
Hovious, John William, 346 
Howard, Daniel J., 259, 376 
Howard, Ernest Ernwin, 271, 323 
Howard, Octavia E., 241, 361 
Howard, Sara Christine, 241, 361 
Howell, Diane E., 239, 361 
Howell, James Milton, 346 
Howell, Keith Gordon, 159, 323 
Howell, Winston D., 376 
Hsu, Shih Siu, 306 
Hubbard, Karla Kaye. 227, 346 
Hubbard, Sue C, 361 
Hudson, Alcus Ray, 160, 323 
Hudson, Ann Broome, 323 
Hudson, Charlie Albritton, 168, 323 
Hudson, Jane T., 241, 346 
Hudson, Melvina Letitia, 361 
Huey, Robert E., Jr., 361 
Huff, James K., Ill, 267, 346 
Huff, Lynne Nash, 346 



Huggins, Cleveland P., Ill, 275, 376 

Huggins, Clyde G., Jr., 306 

Hughes, Byron William, 376 

Hughes, Daniel Clyde, Jr., 136, 152, 153, 

271, 323 
Hughey, G. Carol, 237, 361 
Hummel, Mary Louise, 148, 239, 346 
Humphreys, Edinw C, III, 323 
Humphreys, Jessie Y., 235, 306 
Hunt, David R., 306 
Hunt, Robert A., 162, 275, 376 
Hunt, William James, 249, 361 
Hunter, Dannye L., 163, 306 
Hunter, Hervey M., 164, 323 
Hurdle. Norman Dale, 346 
Hurdle. Thomas Roland. 346 
Hurst, Carolyn Ann, 235, 376 
Hurst, George Gibson, 164, 323 
Hurych, James Allan, 346 
Hutchcraft, Winn Varnon, 143. 176, 254, 323 
Hutchins, Richard Atherton, 265, 346 
Hutchinson, Donald P.. 159, 376 
Hyde, Lee A., 269, 376 
Hylen, M. Michaelene. 306 

I 

Idema, Thomas Hudson, 323 
Idom, Sandra Kaye, 376 
Ingels, Edgar D„ III, 249, 346 
Ingram, Douglas Wayne, 254, 279, 346 
Ingram, Marilyn Ruth, 229, 323 
Ingram, Mildred Anne, 229, 346 
Inqrassia, Linda Dorothy, 229, 323 
Inman, Newell Edward, 376 
Inmon, M'chael Lundie, 323 
Irby, Braxter Pleasant. 271, 346 
Irby, Frank Melsheimer, 169, 273, 323 
Isaacson, Walter H., 361 



Jabour, George Henry, 267, 361 

Jabour, John Wayne, 168, 265. 306 

Jackson, Carey Marvin, 151, 167, 323 

Jackson, Edwin Leon, 181, 265, 323 

Jackson, Harold Stephen, 306 

Jackson, Jimmy Smith 323 

Jackson, Jimmy Smith, 259, 324 

Jackson, Kenneth D., 361 

Jackson, Kenneth R., 277, 376 

Jackson, Robert T., 152, 306 

Jacobs, Jesse Earl, 324 

Jacobs, Linda Louise, 229, 324 

James, Edward T., Jr., 376 

James, Sandra Anne, 237, 324 

James, Suzanne, 346 

James, William Byrd. 324 

Jamason, Herbert M., 324 

Jamili, M. Davoudzadeh, 361 

Jayne, Bruce Cranford, 132, 156, 249, 324 

Jeffries, John Leonard, 163, 306 

Jenkins, Walton Ray, 324 

Jennings, Eugene R., 275, 376 

Jennings, Marcus C, III, 267, 376 

Jetton, Linda K., 376 

Johnson, Bennie Fant, 324 

Johnson, Cheryl Dawn, 376 

Johnson, Connie S., 233, 377 

Johnson, Corinne V., 377 

Johnson, Dorothy Fay, 235, 324 

Johnson, James Albert, 361 

Johnson, James Howard, 267, 324 

Johnson, Jean Chambless, 137, 239, 361 

Johnson, Judith Ann, 245, 361 

Johnson, Kathleen, 140, 324 

Johnson, Lorraine Ann, 377 

Johnson, Martha Lynette, 324 

Johnson, Meighan G., 306 

Johnson, Michael Eugene, 269, 377 

Johnson, Paul Hayne, 143, 157, 172, 261, 

324 
Johnson Raymond A., 259, 377 
Johnson, Ronald Earl, 259 377 
Johnson, Rosemary, 239, 346 
Johnson, Russell A., 324 
Johnson, P. William, 181 377 
Johnston, Phyllis Ann, 377 
Johnstone, Jack L., 346 
Jones, Ann Bourdeaux, 156, 233, 346 
Jones, Barbara Atherton, 147, 324 
Jones, Carol Gay, 235, 377 
Jones, David Allan, 324 
Jones, Donald Drummond, 132, 139, 156, 

157, 269, 346 
Jones, Dorothy Duncan. 135, 222, 233, 324 
Jones, Emory Davis, 324 
Jones, Fern Virginia. 159, 178, 180, 222, 

243, 324 
Jones, Frank Wilder, 151. 324 
Jones, Fredric E., 164, 324 
Jones, George E.. Jr.. 324 
Jones, George S., 269, 377 
Jones, Harris W., Jr., 346 
Jones, Horace Perry, 306 
Jones, James Harold, 273, 346 
Jones, James Vanoy, Jr.. 324 
Jones, James William, III, 324 
Jones, Jennifer Helen, 239, 324 
Jones, John Nathaniel, 166. 181, 324 
Jones, Lester Willie, Jr., 346 
Jones, Linda Kaye, 243, 377 
Jones, Margaret Elizabeth, 158, 233, 346 



Jones, Marvin Carey, 361 

Jones, Mary A., 361 

Jones, Mary Launa, 133, 135, 231, 324 

Jones, Ransom P., Ill, 306 

Jones, Robert T., 271, 361 

Jones, Roger Tilden, 259, 324 

Jones, Sharon Anne, 135, 156, 179, 239, 346 

Jones, Sydney Lundy, 324 

Jones, Thard M.. Jr.. 249, 377 

Jones, Thomas Franklin, 172, 324 

Jones, Tony Earnest, 361 

Jones, Wilmer R., 265, 279, 377 

Jordan, Charles Schemedes, 249, 346 

Jordan, Milliard Earl, Jr., 271, 346 

Jordan, Mary Carolyn, 361 

Jordan, Richard L., 271, 377 

Jordan, Sara Catherine, 175, 233, 361 

Joseph, Richard Joseph, 138, 251, 361 

Josephson, Leigh V., 235 361 

Judge, Judy Kay. 237. 346 

Jue, Albert, 324 

Jue, Betty Diamond, 361 

Jue, George Henry, 164, 325 

Jue, Jessie, 179, 346 

Jue, Lilly, 346 

Justice, Frank J., 265, 377 

Justice, Laura Mavis, 137, 229. 361 



Kaigler, James Street. 325 
Kakkar, Bipinder Kumar, 306 
Kammon, John N., Jr., 346 
Karkhanis, Pramod P., 306 
Kavanaugh, Mary W., 231, 
Kay, Stratford Haman, 166, 
Kearney, Beryl Dianne, 233, 346 
Kees, Susan, 237, 346 
Keesee, Morris Johnson, III, 

346 
Keffer, Sandra Rae, 325 
Keirn, Claud Leake, 269. 346 
Keller, Bernard G., Jr., 132, 306 
Kelley, Mary Diane, 377 
Kellum, Thomas B., Jr., 257. 362 
Kelly, James Calhoun, 362 
Kelly, Joseph B., 181, 259, 377 
Kelsey, Robert C, 271, 377 
Kelso, Clyde Douglas, III, 269. 279, 377 
Kelso, Kenneth Wayne. 346 
Kemp. Herman O., 377 
Kendrick, Robena Louise, 235, 
Kerr, Carolyn Reddoch, 231 
Kerr, Glenn Larry, 362 
Kerr, Robert Lee, 273, 346 
Kershaw, Michael D., 249, 362 
Kersting, Elizabeth A.. 154, 239, 
Key, James Harold, 325 
Key, Jane E., 235, 377 
Keye, Patti Lynne, 237, 346 
Keyes, Jimmy E., 259, 377 



361 
361 



143. 157, 261, 



377 
346 



346 



164, 



325 
325 



362 



ibble, Claude Arthur, 

ibe, William E., 377 

Ipatrick, Martin A., 249, 

ilpatrick, Nancy Jane, 346 

imball, Phyl Jane, 237, 325 

imbrough, Hallie E., 233, 346 

inard, Frank Manning, Jr., 325 

inard, George Michael, 346 

inard, John Major, 143, 271, 346 

inard, Virginia Jean, 137, 177, 237,362 

incaid, Virlinda Carol, 229. 347 

ing, James D., 306 
James J., 307 
James Robert, 136, 325 
Mary Louise, 307 
Ogwen Lamar, 150, 307 
Stanley Catherine, 362 

ingerv, Victor N., 307 

ipp, Karen Dean, 233, 347 

irby William Vance, 267, 325 

rk, Douglas U., 257, 347 

rk, John Pigford, 362 

rschten, Thomas D., 275, 
.itchens, Donald G., 377 

itchens, James W., 307 
iitchens, Lloyd W., Jr., 377 
Klenner, Gertrude Louise, 229, 
Klepzig, William Floyd, 377 
Kliesch, James R., 325 
Klingenbeck, Robert P., 249. 
Knapp, Marie, 377 
Kniqht Charles Stroud, 
Knight, James Thomas, 
Knight, James Wayne, 
Knight, Luther A., Jr., 307 
Knight. Sandra Vermeil, 235. 
Knight, Susan Elisabeth, 347 
Knotts, Nancy Ruthledge, 237. 347 
Knowlton, Sam Dove, 132, 163, 307 
Knox. James Doran, 347 
Kodama, Hiroo, 307 
Koehler, Lenore O, 325 
Koehler, Thomas Hume, Jr., 307 
Koen Dona'd Frankl'n. 160, 273, 
Kolesar, Joseph T., 265, 375 
Kothrnann, Gragorv Garf. 377 
Kraus Guy C, 325 
Krause, John David, 249. 347 
Krauss, Volker Markus, 307 
Krebs, Mary Katherine, 377 
Kroeker, Edwin Erroll, 166, 181, 362 



347 



377 



3A2 
347 
325 



377 



325 



Kurta, Michael J., 307 
Kuykendall, George B., Jr., 377 



Lackey, Paul K., Jr., 257, 325 

Lacy, Arthur Allen, 149, 325 

Lacy, Don Preston, 307 

Ladner, Claude Julius, 325 

Ladner, Heber A., 132, 136, 139, 150, 261, 

325 
Ladner, Kerby E., 160, 347 
Laduc, Raymond Paul, 259, 325 
LaFollette, Lois B., 229, 377 
Lamar, Kathryn Evan. 175, 235, 325 
Lambdin, Jane Norvelle, 231, 347 
Lambert, Aaron C, Jr., 347 
Lamey, Ronald Wil'iam, 325 
Lamkin, William W., 165 307 
Landreth, Cleveland Lee, 267, 377 
Landry, Dorothy Duty, 239, 347 
Lane, Elizabeth Anne, 222, 235, 325 
Lane, James A.. 362 
Lane, Robert Alexander, 269, 362 
Langston, Eric 0., ill 
Lankford, Eddie N.. 347 
Lanom, Berry Laron, 269, 362 
Lantrip, Bobby Bennett, 167, 347 
Larroux, Jean Francis, 259, 325 
Larson, John William, 377 
Larson, Lucie Ellen, 177, 243, 347 
Larue, Wayne B.. Jr., 377 
Lassetfer. Linda C 377 
Latham, Mary Jo, 325 
Latham, William Larry, 150. 249. 325 
Latimer, Ellis H., Ill, 377 
Latimer, Rosemary, 237, 325 
Latta, Patricia Jean, 161, 245, 362 
Laurenzi, John F., 261, 377 
Lawhon, Andy Paul, 273, 325 
Lawson, Bobby Ray, 362 
Lawson, Patricia Anne, 377 
Lawyer, Michael S., 273, 377 
Lea, Billy Ray, 164, 325 
Lea, Margaret Hayward, 227, 347 
Lea, Robert Charles, 275, 377 
Leach, Howard Owen, 307 
Leach, Pamela Ann, 170, 229, 325 
Leatherman, William A., Jr., 155 265, 362 
Ledbetter, Barbara Lane, 239. 378 
Ledbetter, Jacquelyn J., 241, 362 
Lee, A. J., 132, 159, 167, 176, 254 325 
Lee, Joseph Beauregard, III, 171, 176, 325 
Lee, Judith Ann, 378 
Lee, Robert D., 163, 307 
Lee. Robert Edward, Jr., 267, 326 
Lee, Thomas Stewa-t 132, 163, 307 
Lee, Van Ellis, 253, 326 
Lee. William Boyce 269. 362 
Leeper, James Hallox, 143, 273, 279, 347 
Legan, Bobbye H , 307 
Legan, Marshall Scottie, 307 
Leog, Jerry Smith, 347 
Legg. Michael H , 147 378 
Leggett, George B., III. 160. 378 
Leggett, Treva Anne, 229. 326 
Leigh, Robert E., Ill, 347 
Lemaster, Charles R., Jr.. 269, 347 
Lemons, Carol Kay, 378 
Lemons, William B., Ill, 259, 362 
Lenoir, Larry Lee, 163, 307 
Leonard, Betty Boyd, 235, 326 
Lessley, Jimmie Macajah, 160, 326 
Lester, Barbara Joan, 307 
Lester, Betty J. Ball, 347 
Lester, Garner Wallace, 169, 326 
Lester, George H., 273, 347 
Lester, Horace Baxter, Jr., 271. 347 
Lester, Robert F., 269. 378 
Lester, William Edward. 136, 32i 
Lever, Terry J., 243, 378 
Lewis, Carl Edwin, 164 307 
Lewis, Clayton Taylor, 163, 307 
Lewis, Donald Ellis, 277, 347 
Lewis, Douglas B.. 150 278, 307 
Lewis, John Howell, 326 
Lewis, John R., 269, 378 
Lewis, John William, 307 
Lewis, Karen Ann, 3^2 
Lewis, Larry Lisle, 259, 279, 362 
Lewis, Lynda Rhodes, 326 
Lewis. McArthur, 347 
Lewis, Ocie Vernon, 277, 347 
Lewis, Robert Cushmg. 273, 347 
Lewis. Ted P., 307 
Lewis, William Irvin, 362 
Ligon, Waite Edward, III, 143, 254, 326 
Li'e, John Stanley, 326 
Lilja, Ralph Barry, 347 
L ; ndhorst, Karan Louise, 180. 362 
Lindley, Tommy J., 269, 378 
Lindsey, Henderson O, 273. 378 
Lindsey, James Lee, Jr., 273, 279, 373 
Ling le, Dale Conn, 265, 326 
I inkroum, Nancv Bauer, 176 177 243 326 
Liollio, Angelo Demetrios, 143. 172, 326 
Lippincott, John Maxey, 251, 326 
I ipscomb, Earle Floyd, 261, 326 
I pscomb, Ernest B., III. 261, 307 
Lipscomb, Joseph R.. 257, 362 
Lipscomb, Marie McCabe, 158, 231, 347 
Lipscomb, William Beck, 143, 145, 147, 






DIRECTORY 



150, 156, 158, 166, 168, 251, 326 
Litchfield, Bette B., 362 
Little, Jamie Ray, 326 
Littlejohn, Marianna, 135, 178, 235, 326 
Liu, Yuan Hu. 307 

Livingston, Jeanne Gail, 156, 237, 347 
Lloyd. John Bunyan, Jr., 362 
Lobrano, Edward Posey, Jr., 307 
Lobue, John David, 326 
Lockard, James Robert, 362 
Lock'ey, Janice Rae, 241, 378 
Locovare, John W., 362 
Loden, Elliot, 163, 267, 307 
Loden, William Stephen, 362 
Loeber. Edward Richard, 362 
Lofton, Harvey M., 347 
Loqan, Billy Joe, 378 
Lohrmann, Jerome Lee, 347 
Lokey, Brenda Leo, 152, 222. 239. 326 
Lokev, Marguerite Gr'ffin, 239, 362 
Lomangino, Felice, 362 
Lomax, Dan Wade, 362 
Lomax, John Tillman. Jr., 326 
Lomax, Susan K., 237, 347 
Long, Betty J., 326 
Long, Paul Leon'dus 362 
Long. Ray N., 273, 378 
Longino, John Thomas. Ill, 261, 326 
Loper, Amelia Catherine, 231, 347 
Lott Ben Crawford, 326 
Lott Chester Trent, 273, 307 
Lott William Washburn, 362 
Lotterhos, Joseph Edward, 143, 2j7 326 
Lou, Paul C. C. 378 
Love Adele Robertha. 326 
Love Hugh Marshall, 132, 269. 307 
Love James Sanford, III, 142, 143, 137, 

168, 261, 347 
Love, Marcus, III, 251, 279, 378 
Lovelace, Linda Sanders, 378 
Lovelace. Marvin S . 3^7 
Lowery, Robert S., 257. 378 
Lowrimore, Marlin Gerald, 3£2 
Lowry, Mary Judy, 347 
Loyacono, Delia Ann ^78 
Lucas, Van Alvin, 273, 326 
Luckett, Ignatius, Jr., 2o/, 326 
Ludlam Helen Harvey, 231, 317 
Luke. Tommy Junior, 347 
Lundberg, Jane Ellen, 241, 362 
Lyle, Russell Ray, 347 
Lynch, Charles A., 267, 378 
Lynch, Sharon Courtney, 237, 362 

Mc 

McAfee, Leonard C, Jr., 253. 347 
McAlister, Richard D., 151, 378 
McAllister, Phil Maurice, 164, 326 
McAnally, Jerry Charles, 326 
McAnally, Marilyn Yarber, 347 
McArthur, James Leo, 143, 273, 347 
McBride, William W.. Jr., 378 
McCaddon, Martha Ann, 175. 237, 378 
McCaffrey, Lewis Raymond, 164, 326 
McCarley Thomas Howard, 269, 378 
McCarson, William M., 269, 378 
McCarty, Emily J., 243, 378 
McCarty, John Robert, 273, 378 
McCarty, Joseph Coffee, 169, 327 
McCaskill, Joe Barry, 160, 327 
McCaslin, Henry, Eugene, 143, 261. 347 
McCay, Dorsey H., Jr., 348 
McCay, James M., 254, 378 
McClellan, Paul H., Jr., 160. 327 
McClelland, Charles Rodney, 275, 378 
McClenahan, William C, 257. 307 
McClure, Jacquelyn, 237, 348 
MrClure, Mary Margaret, 245, 362 
McClure, Pegqy, 243, 327 
McClusky, Lloyd H., 253, 362 
McCollum, Barbara Lambert, 158, 327 
McCollum Harry Edward, Jr., 160, 249, 

327 
McCollum, Joseph K., Jr., 378 
McConnell, Constance Marie, 241, 348 
McConnell, Elizabeth Ann, 231, 362 
McCool, Edward Lewis, 751. 362 
McCool, Robert T., Jr., 271, 378 
McCorkle, Joe Don, 159, 254, 327 
McCormick, Robert E., 303 
McCready, Michael A., 308 
McCreight, Holly Anne, 239, 362 
McCrory, Henry Allen. 327 
McCullouch, Mary Carmille. 137, 235, 362 
McCully Margaret Ann, 134, 135, 136 

178, 179, 180, 235, 327 
McDaniel, Clarence Albert, 327 
McDaniel Robert Charles, 362 
McDaniel, Roger D., 267, 363 
McDill, Evelyn A., 378 
McDivitt, Leland, 269, 363 
McDonald, Frank Logan, Jr., 261, 327 
McDonald. Judith Gail, 327 
McDonald, Karen Lee, 327 
McDonald, Paul, Jr., 327 
McDonald, Virginia L., 378 
McDonnell, Sarah Weems, 222, 237, 327 
McDuff, Marcia Ann, 2: », 327 
McElhaney, Michael J., Ir., 273, 348 
McElroy, Marianne, 175, .'43 348 



McElwain, Carolyn Ann, 235, 327 
McElwain, Connie Cross, 327 
McE'wee, Charies V.. 259, 348 
McElwee, Sandra Kay. 308 
McElvoy, John A., 277. 279, 378 
MrFarland, Burchette S.. 249, 363 
MsFarlane, James Eckford, 378 
McFarlane, Larry Allan, 308 
McFarlane, Larry Allan, 308 
McGavock, Donald Francis, 348 
McGee, Charlotte G., 231, 378 
McGee, Clyde, 257, 378 
McGee, Martin Hiram, Jr., 273, 348 
McGee, Thomas Alan. 166, 378 
McGelee, Harry Smith. 259, 348 
McGehee, John Warren, 327 
Mc'ehee, Kay Frances, 157, 237, 348 
McGehee, Phyllis Pope, 348 
McGehee, William C. Jr., 253, 363 
>' Gehee, Wil'iam Clay, 261, 378 
McGlathc-ry, William T., Ill 132, 157, 168, 

261, 327 
McGraw, Edward R., 261, 378 
McGraw, James D., 348 
McGreger, Marion W.. 166, 378 
McGuire, Gloria Jeanette 179. 227, 363 
McGuire, Linda Scott, 308 
McHaney Nancy Holland, 363 
McHane/, Robert L , Jr , 308 
McHanry, Rolf Wesley, 249, 378 
Mclngvale, George Sidney, 308 
Mclnnis, Dorothy P., 229 378 
Mcintosh. Cha.'es A., Jr. 150, 267, 308 
McKay, Charloite E., 348 
McKay, Corwin Lee. 327 
McKeigney, Alexander F., 139, 271, 327 
McKeithen, William S,, II, 160, 327 
McKellar, John W.. 259, 378 
McKellar, Milton Lane, 2[9 348 
McKenzie, Georgia Mae. 237, 348 
McKeown, Dorothy C, 348 
McKibben, Dana Clifton 348 
McKnight, Charles A.. I'O 251. 363 
McKnight, Everett A., Jr.. 275. 363 
McLaurin, Janet Elise, 241. 378 
McLaurin, John Pur es, 147. 271, 363 
McLellan, William E. 348 
McLennan, Christie 233 363 
McLeod, Taylor Jeff, 379 
McMahan, Michael Lee, 2"9, 379 
McMahen, William A., 308 
McMahan, James Turner, 348 
McMillan, Charles R , 265, 348 
McMillan, Gerald Cleon. 179, 348 
McMillan, Kai J., 229, 379 
McMillen, Barbara W., 363 
McMullen, William Lucas Jr., 253, 327 
McMurtray, Helen F., 379 
McNair, Vivian Ann, 158. 348 
McNeel, Frederic K.. Jr., 259. 363 
McNeely, Coralee, 327 
McNeese, Joe Welda. 271, 363 
McNeese, Thomas Darrell, 271, 327 
McNeil, Mildred C, 239 363 
McNew, Hosea S., Jr., 327 
McPherson, Donald Reid, II 257, 327 
McPherson, Malcolm H., 379 
McQueen, Marvin Earl, Jr., 348 
McRae. Charles Robert 159, 167. 273, 348 
McRay, Thomas Alan, 262, 327 
•v'cRee, Michael Thomason, 327 
MrRoskey, Roy Lanctot, 137. 175, 235, 348 
McWhorter, Peter R.. 277, 379 
Maaya, Ramzi Jubran, 160, 327 
Mabry, Harmon, 348 
Mabus, John C, 275, 379 
MaCaleese, Robert William, 363 
MacDonald, Donald Grant, 348 
MacDonald, James Stewart, 249, 327 
MacDonald, Kathleen, 227. 348 

M 

Mack, Edward Reed. Jr., 308 
Mack, Frances C, 348 
Mackenzie, Craig Alan, 265, 328 
Mackey, James E., 308 
Macv John Richard. 259. 379 
Maddox, Dwight Uriel. 267, 379 
Madson, James Robert, 176, 348 
Magee, Doug'as MacArthur, 165, 308 
Magee, Judy Pat, 379 
Magee, Susan E., 348 
Magruder, Jane K., 231, 363 
Maheshwari, Hemant C. 363 
Maitre, Jean Yvonne, 180, 237 363 
Mallini, Joseph J., 348 
Malone, William Percy, 328 
Malouf, Michael James, 265, 363 
Malvezzi, Toni Carol, 237, 363 
Manifold, David James, 249, 379 
Manifold. George William, 136, 148, 249, 

328 . . 

Mann, George, 308 
Mann, James Albert, 160, 328 
Manning, Roy Davis, Jr., 273, 379 
Mansell, Ethie Willette, 379 
Marascalco, Frank P., 379 
Marascalco, Robert J., 348 
Marchbanks, Dick Hall, 273. 328 
Marks, Judith Ann, 363 
Marley, Anne Murray, 229, 348 



Marlin Linda Adele, 159, 162, 179, 180. 

243, 328 
Marlow, Anne Lillian, 328 
Marlowe, Judith Lucille, 243, 348 
Mars, Larry, 275, 348 
Marshall, Francis C, Jr., 267, 348 
Marshall, Mary Kathleen, 229, 348 
Martin, Donald Grayson, 259, 328 
Martin, George Gilmore, 248 
Martin, James G., Jr.. 363 
Martin, James Leland, 132. 168. 257 343 
Martin, Joan L., 379 
Martin, John William, 249 348 
Martin. June Lovell, 137, 233. 363 
Martin, Maretta Anne, 137, 243, 363 
Martin, Maurice Bryan, 363 
Martin, William M., 257 348 
Mashburn, Rita J , 348 
Mason, David Van Ness, 348 
Mason, Nancy Susan, 348 
Massey, Fred Mitchell 148 261 349 
Mathews, Clyde H., 308 
Mathis, James Harold. 259, 379 
Matthews, Elmer William, 363 
Mattina, Rodney Anthony, 150, 328 
Mauldin, Janice A., 243, 379 
l^aule, Francis E., Ill, 349 
Maupin, Edgar Rigby, 269, 379 
Maurras, Manelle P., 243, 349 
Mauzey, Roger Errol, 259. 363 
Mavar, Gerald M., 379 
Mavar, Nick Anthony, Jr., 132 136 153 

308 
Mavar, Sam Joseph, Jr., 253, 328 
Maxcy, Jo Ann, 328 
Maxwell. Carolyn C, 147, 239, 379 
Maxey, Celia Banks, 170, 175, 235. 379 
Maxey, John L., Jr., 271, 328 
Maxey, Rosemary, 147, 233, 379 
Maxwell, John Caldwell, 267, 349 
May, Arthur Cinclair, 308 
May, James A., 349 
May. John E., Ill, 267, 379 
Mayfield, Jack Lamar, Jr., 249, 279 379 
Mayfield, Sylvia Lee, 229, 349 
Maynard John Henry, 275, 349 
Mayo, Charlotte Rita, 241, '363 
Mays, Robert Leslie 1-17 1*0 273 328 
Meachma, Mildred L., 233, 349 
Meador, Alfred Lamar, Jr., 267, 328 
Meason, Susan Jane, 156, 237 328 
Meek, Helen R., 363 
Meek, Michael Leroy, 275, 379 
Meeks, Thomas A., 349 
Megqs, Johnnie Ruth, 158, 349 
Melikian, Kachy Louie. 172, 275 328 
Mellon, Martha Clark, 177 233 328 
Mellon, Robert C. 363 
Melton, Floyd M., Jr., 132 150 152 157 

261, 328 
Menz, Eugene T., 275, 349 
Merkel, Charles Michael, 136. 165, 271, 303 
Merriott, Judith Anne, 328 
Metcalf, Norval George, 269, 328 
Metca'f, Suran Grey, 239, 363 
Metz, John Stephen. 169, 269 328 
Metz, Robert Joe, 257 328 
Metzqer, Robert E., 379 
Meyer, Kathleen Joan, 237 363 
Michael, Lattimore M.. 168, 257, 328 
Michaels Carolyn Patricia, 349 
Mickey, Barry Ivan, 363 
Miles, Charles Davis, 328 
Miles Susan V., 175, 241, 379 
Millard. William Richard. 176 328 
Miller, Billy Maurice 363 
Mi ler, Clair H., Jr., 277 328 
Mil'er, Emory Hubert, 262 308 
Miller, Frederic L., 253, 363 
Miller, Linda K., 239. 363 
Mi'ler, Linda Kay, 245 379 
Miller, Marilyn N., 241, 379 
Miller, Paul Oscar, III, 251 328 
Miller, Ray Shelby, 363 
Miller, Richard Louis 308 
Miller, Riley D., 379 
Miller, Robert C, 349 
Mills, Elvin Wayne, 267, 349 
Mills, Gwen Ann, 231, 328 
Mills, Marilyn L., 229 379 
Mills, Robert Tillman, 163 308 
Mills, Sherry Elaine, 229, 328 
Mills. Wilmer Riddle. 259, 349 
Milner, Ronald Albert. 249, 328 
Milner, Sheila Lee, 379 
Mims, Marvin Taylor, 328 
Mims, Samuel Cochran, IV, 143, 328 
Mingee, James Clyde, III, 329 
Mitchell, Alice Jeanette. 245, 363 
Mitchell, Carolyn E., 329 
Mitchell, Charles Roy, 349 
Mitchell, James Edwin, 254, 363 
Mitchell, Judith Ann, 161. 237, 363 
Mitchell, Lucy Evelyn, 245, 363 
Mitchell, Ronald Arthur, 329 
Mitchell, Sue Powers, 237. 363 
Mixon, Flo Jean Cobb, 329 
Mixon, Patricia S.. 158, 379 
Mire, George F., 265, 349 
Mize, Rebecca Dianne. 147, 349 
Moak, Nancy L., 245, 349 



Mobley. Elizabeth Hilda, 227, 379 

Moher, James Michael, 262, 279, 379 

Mohr, Terrence B., 329 

Monroe, Gerrard Wayne, 329 

Monsour, Joseph Thomas, 267, 349 

Montgomery. Carl Robert, 132. 308 

Montgomery, Carol L., 245, 363 

Montgomery, Holt, 257, 363 

Montgomery, Mary R., 233, 329 

Montgomery, Patsy A., 379 

Montgomery, Thomas R.. 139, 271 329 

Montioy. Gid, 269, 349 

Montioy, Robert Sabin, 132, 271 349 

Moody. Carol, 147, 349 

Moody, Rona'd Leon 379 

Moore, B'lly Cene 172 349 

Moore, Floyd E.. Jr., 275. 329 

Moore, George M., Jr., 259, 349 

Moore, James Ryan, 329 

Moore, Jene Williams. 308 

Moor.e Jo Ann, 239, 379 

Moor.e John R., 132, 136, 271 308 

Moore, Jon H., 249, 379 

Moore, Marinell, 243, 379 

Moo e, Marjorie Anne, 231, 349 

Moore, Patric'a Anne, 233 329 

Moore, Patricia Anne. 177. 241 363 

•"loore, Richard L=e, 147 379 

Moore, Rodger Clay, 379 

Moore, Russell L., Jr., 273, 379 

Moore, William Frank, Jr., 271, 364 

Moore, William James. 329 

Morehead, Mary Martha 233, 329 

Morgan, Bettye Jean, 329 

Morgan, Bobby Ray, 160 329 

Morgan, Clarence E., Ill, 275, 379 

Morgan, George Terrell, 329 

Morgan, John Walton, III, 364 

Morgan, Laura Sue, 237, 379 

Morgan, Samuel Ross. 329 

Morgan, W. Joy, 241, 329 

Morris, Don C, 380 

Morris, John Wesley, 251, 349 

Morris, Medley Charroll, 329 

Morris, Thomas Hanley, 267, 349 

Morrison, Cynthia G.. 380 

Morrow, John Phillip, 136, 138 159 166 

167, 349 
Morrow, Thomas Dudley, 380 
Mosal. Judith Lynn, 235, 364 
Mosley, Sherry E., 158 235 380 
Moss. John Therrell, 273 329 
Moss, Robert K. 380 
Moss, William C, 349 
Mott, John Randall, 271 329 
Mottley. David J., 262, 364 
Moulton, Suzanne P.. 360 
Mounce. James L., 349 
Mounce, Jennie L., 349 
Mounger, William H., Jr., 261 308 
Mozinqo, Ruth C, 237, 349 
Muehlmann, Patricia Ann 380 
Mullen, Linda L, 241, 380 
Mullen, Mary Evonne, 222. 241, 329 
Mullen, Michele Diane 349 
Mullikin, Peter M., 269, 380 
Mullins, Charles Jimmy, 249, 364 
Mullins, Margaret Jane, 179, 349 
Mulville, Mary Patricia, 364 
Murphree, Alan Linn. 139, 251. 364 
Murphree, Buford Coleman. 271 329 
Murphree, Kenneth M., 271 380 
Murphy, Robert J., 229, 329 
Murphy, Thomas Jerome 249 380 
Murphy, William R., 329 
Murray, James Lynn, 329 
Murry, Thomas Dulaney, 261, 364 

N 

Naff, Margaret Dianne 235 349 
Nail, Jane McKeage, 239, 364 
Nanney, Jimmy Ray, 349 
Naro, Edward Louis, 169, 265, 329 
Nash, Jonathon Michael 249 329 
Nations, Jerrald Lee, 269, 308 
Neal, Christopher Lagrone, 329 
Neal, David M. Jr. 349 
Nealy, Charles V.. Jr.. 380 
Neblett, George Rives 261 329 
Neel. Allen W., 364 
Neelly, Wiliam Richard, 271 349 
Neill, Janice C, 227, 349 
Nelken, Herman Benjamin 362 
Nelms, Andrea Jo, 136, 179 329 
Nelms, John L, 269, 380 
Nelson, Charles L., 269 349 
Nelson, Ella Jean, 235, 380 
Nelson, Irwin H., 380 
Nelson, James Hardin. 364 
Nelson, James Ray, 259, 364 
Nelson, Janet Lee, 177, 180, 330 
Nelson Michael Leroy, 271, 330 
Neri, David George, 330 
Nesselrodt, Margaret J., 245. 380 
Nettles, Jo Ellen, 179, 229. 330 
Newberry. Ronald Gene, 364 
Newell, Gerald Emmitt, 330 
Newell, Ronald Bruce, 380 
Newton. Margaret L.. 177 380 
Newton, Robert M.. II, 259, 380 
Neyland, Munson C. J'.. 267, 349 



DIRECTORY 



Nicholas, William L, 150, 257, 330 

Nichols, Buddy Raymond, 139, 273, 349 

Nichols, Hugh L, III, 143, 254. 308 

Niemann, Ronald Alan, 163, 277, 308 

Nix, Charles Ray, 160, 330 

Nix, Ida Kathryn, 235, 330 

Noah, Catherine Adair, 147, 235, 330 

Noble, Ed Davis, Jr., 257, 308 

Noble, Edwin Randolph, Jr., 364 

Noble, John W., 257, 364 

Noble, Phillip Burl, 271, 308 

Noble, Richard Green. 257, 279, 380 

Nolen, Darrell Wade, 308 

Noll, Harold C, Jr., 375, 380 

Nored, Robert Eugene, 157, 168, 172, 261, 

349 
Noriega, Arther, IV, 308 
Norman, David R., 364 
Northern, Robert B., 273, 364 
Northup, Lynne Diane, 330 
Nosef, Frederick M., 267, 330 
Novak, Barbara K., 309 
Null George W., 267. 380 
Null, Thomas C, 349 
Nunley, William Mayhew, 364 
Nunnery, William L, 143, 273, 350 
Nute, Charles Richard, 330 
Nutt Cheryl Ann, 364 
Nutt Mary Noel, 237. 380 



Oakley, Robert Edward, 364 
Obeirne, Thomas Joseph, 163, 309 
Odaniel, Jerry W., 380 
Odom, Elton, Jr., 350 
Odom, Joseph Frank. 261, 364 
Odrago, Alicia Sue. 364 
Odrago, Millicenf, 380 
Ogden, Tabitha Flake. 231, 350 
Oglesbee, David Francis, 330 
Oliphant, James Leslie, 350 
Oliver, Lessley F., 231, 364 
Olson, John Edward, 330 
Olson, Thomas Leon, 269, 380 
Omara, William Ellis. 261, 380 
Omas, George A., 309 
O'Neal, Ellen, 235, 380 
O'Neal James Benton, 271, 350 
O'Neal, James Morris. 132, 273, 309 
O'Neal, Ronnie Dean, 160. 350 
O'Neill. Lawrence Hill, 249. 380 
O'Neill, Rose Marie, 350 
Orander Germaine Suzanne, 245, 380 
Orenduff, Jess Michael, 350 
O'Rourke, Maureen Y., 243, 364 
Osborn, Clifton Earl, 330 
O'Sullivan, William R., 277, 380 
Oswald John S., II. 169, 265, 309 
Ousley, Richard Neil, 269, 364 
Overbeck, Alvin Henry, 309 
Overby Eleanor Lynne, 364 
Overby, Stephen Van, 269, 380 
Overheim, David C, 380 
Owen, Charles Raymond, 364 
Owen, John W., 261, 380 
Owens, Lynal Jay, 253, 350 



Pacchione, Massie Charles, 150, 168, 
Paden, Carl William, 350 
Palm, Elmer Carl, 380 
Palma, Robert T., 262. 309 
Palmer, Patricia Olivia, 231, 350 
Palmer Virginia Ann, 229. 380 
Palmer, Walter Herbert, 265, 330 
Palmer, William Judson, II, 277, 330 
Palmertree, Carolyn K., 380 
Palmore, Reginald E., III. 350 
Palukaitis, Anthony J., 277, 364 
Pang, Carolyn, 350 
Pang. Josephine S., 380 
Parchman, Louis Wiley, 249, 380 
Parish, Paul M., 380 
Parker, Alan Mixon, 273. 330 
Parker, Austin F., II, 275, 380 
Parker, Charles R., 350 
Parker, Fred F., II, 350 
Parker, John W., 147, 271, 380 
Parker, Patric Murray, 249. 380 
Parker, Robert E., Jr., 157, 261, 350 
Parker, Thomas James. 364 
Parker, Vickie L., 245, 364 
Parkison, Troy Dean, 249, 380 
Parks, Bob King, 160, 330 
Parks, Elizabeth Ann, 237, 330 
Parks, Sandra B., 152, 330 
Parsons, William B., 257, 330 
Pasco, Patrick Joseph, 262, 330 
Pash, John, 380 
Paslay, Johnny H., 269, 380 
Pate, William Dee, 277, 330 
Patel, Shantilal C, 330 
Patterson, Burt L., 364 
Patterson, James Cecil, 257, 364 
Patton, Charles Buford, 350 
Patton, Patricia S., 330 
Patton, William Chester, 164, 330 
Patty, Joe Randol, 330 
Paul, Patricia Ann, 229, 380 
Paul, Rex Nelson, 364 



330 



Pauley, Patty Dee, 147, 243, 330 

Paulsen, John H., 381 

Paulson, Roger L., 277, 364 

Pav, Emil, Jr., 275, 350 

Pavlick, Ida Joeann, 364 

Payne, Lucinda Lee. 229, 350 

Payne, Lucy Lee, 233, 330 

Payne, Mary K., 176, 364 

Payne, Mary Louise, 233, 350 

Payne, Shirley V., 176, 2_33, 331 

Pearson, Earl Eugene. Jr., 350 

Pearson, Ethel Ann, 229, 331 

Pearson, Lonnie Wilson, 251, 381 

Peck, Mary Grace, 381 

Peden, James Alton, Jr., 132, 136, 138, 
251, 350 

Peden, Tommye Carlyn, 229, 381 

Pedersen, Jack Lee, 350 

Pederson, Clayton H., 259, 350 

Peebles, Johnny Burns, 381 

Peel, John W., 381 

Peel, Robert D., 309 

Peeler, Susan Lucretia, 161, 227, 364 

Pendleton, Melissa Ann, 231, 350 

Pennebaker, Jon Griffin, 331 

Pennington, James William, 331 

Pennington, Sharron M., 350 

Peresich, Adele Giles, 158, 235, 381 

Peresich, Ronald Giles, 331 

Perkins, Sandra Elaine, 159, 241, 364 

Permenter, Suzanne L., 239, 364 

Perrault. Joseph A., Jr., 157, 168, 259, 350 

Perry, Charles D., 364 

Perry, Felix E., 271, 309 

Perry, Hal Avery, 151, 350 

Persons, James Brady, 165, 309 

Peteet, Margaret L.. 237, 350 

Petering, Bonnie White, 350 

Petering, George W., 265, 331 

Peterson, Johannah Magee, 177, 237, 381 

Peterson. William Clinton, 350 

Petitfils, Raymond M., 277, 381 

Petkovsek, Dorothy Jean, 180, 331 

Pettigrew, Gary Keith, 350 

Peyton, Fred G., 271, 350 

Pfister, Ellen, 309 

Phay, Andrew John, 176, 249, 331 

Phelps, Claire Ann, 231, 381 

Phelps, Mary Ellen V., 364 

Phifer, Sylvia J., 381 

Phillips, Cary Alton, 152, 156, 157, 273, 
331 

Phillips, Lars Ole, 259, 331 

Phillips, Martha Rives, 229, 331 

Phillips, Michael Rudd, 364 
Phillips, Morris Clayton, 350 

Phillips, Robert Lewis, 138, 148. 251, 331 
Phillips, Samuel H., 150, 169. 261, 350 

Phillips, Virginia Anna. 350 

Phillips, Weldon Patrick, 169, 249, 350 
Pickle, Guy Warren, 136, 153, 331 

Pielak, Stanley Frederick, 155, 277, 364 

Pierce, Marcia G., 179, 241, 350 

Pierce, Rosemary, 229, 381 

Pigott, Morris Edwin, 331 

Pilkinton, Helen House. 233. 364 

Pillow, Helen D., 233. 365 

Pillow. William Harden, Jr., 269. 309 

Pincura, Paul G., 381 

Pinkerton, James Thomas, 331 

Pinson, James Wesley, 309 

Pipkin, Sharon Lee, 237, 381 

Pittman, James Acye, 331 

Pittman, William H., Jr., 381 

Piatt, Gary Davis, 277, 331 

Polizzi, John L., 331 

Polsgrove, Rome Dabbs, 222, 229, 365 

Pool, William R., 261. 381 

Poole, Joanna, 161, 233, 350 

Pope, Willis, III, 381 

Porter, John Arthur, 253, 365 

Portera, Johnny Mellow, 350 

Portwood, James B., 261, 381 

Posey, Carolyn, 229, 331 

Potti, Narayanan Dasan, 309 

Povall, Amanda B., 231, 381 

Powder, Cecilia Lee, 381 

Powell, Claude Harry, 150, 253, 331 

Powell, Lewis E., 132, 138, 152, 157, 350 

Powell, Margaret G., 233. 350 

Powell, John B., 251, 279, 381 

Powell, Thelda M., 180, 365 

Powers, Harris F., Jr., 249, 381 

Powers, John R., Jr., 257, 381 

Powers, Mary E„ 231, 365 

Poythress, Philip Lamar, 159, 169, 331 

Prange, Clarence Dickens, 166, 181, 251, 

365 
Prather, Edward G., 331 
Preble, Warren R., 176, 381 
Preece, Bill R., 381 
Presley, Wade David, 273. 350 
Prewett, Hubert Powell, 251, 350 
Price, Betty Ann, 134, 135, 331 
Price, Bobby Nolan, 273, 350 
Price, Cealia Jane, 365 
Price, Douglas Bailey, 132, 309 
Price, Hugh Gordon, 365 
Price, James Edwin, Jr., 269, 351 
Price, John L., 275, 279, 381 
Price, Joseph M., 309 



Price, Malcolm B., Jr.. 351 

Price, Sarah Evelyn, 137, 222, 235, 365 

Price, Susan Jean, 136, 331 

Prichard, Tanya Jane, 179, 180 227 351 

Prince, Andrew Earl, 166, 265. 331 

Prince, George, 357 

Prince, Patricia Joy, 331 

Prince, Robin Lee, 177, 381 

Prine, William Richard, 331 

Privette, Belle Frances, 134, 135, 136 331 

Profilet, William B., Jr., 267, 351 

Pryor, Benny Lee, 309 

Pryor, James Thomas, Jr., 249 365 

Puckett, Donald Lee 267 381 

Puckett, Milford Bernard, 147. 273, 351 

Puckett, Patricia Alice, 233, 365 

Pugh, Jack Jolly, 351 

Pyles, Dixon Leroy, 275, 351 

9 

Oualls, Peggy Dian, 331 
Ouick, N. Faye, 351 
Ouigley, Michael Dennis, 351 
Ouin, Cecilia Odile, 137, 231, 365 
Ouon, Frieda Seu, 309 
Ouon, John P., 152, 309 



Rabinowitz, Daniel, 278, 365 

Rachedi, Hussein, 365 

Radcliffe, Walter Smith, 351 

Radler, Wilfred Joseph, Jr., 148, 331 

Raines, John Dallas, 267, 365 

Rainey, William M., 309 

Raksil, Thawat, 309 

Ramay, Joyce Anne, 177, 227, 351 

Rampy, Edward W., 365 

Ramsay, Jane Mellie, 351 

Ramsey, Dennis E., 381 

Ramsey, Harriett S., 158, 331 

Ramsey, Jacqueline R. 158, 227, 332 

Randall, George Marvin, 332 

Randall, Patricia Ann, 365 

Randall, Richard Vance, 381 

Randle, James Curtis, 254, 365 

Raney, Rebecca Breedlove, 143, 332 

Raney, Ronnie Earl, 142, 332 

Raper, Jimmy, 332 

Ratcliff, Mary Aileen, 235, 332 

Ratliff, Edward C, 309 

Rawdon, Louis M., 271, 351 

Rawlinson, James Maynard, 309 

Rawls, James Frederick, 332 

Rawson, Glenda, 147, 237, 351 

Ray, Evelyn Diane, 351 

Ray, Howard Manfred, 176, 251, 381 

Ray, Jan Doris, 243, 381 

Ray, John C, 381 

Ray, Jonell, 351 

Ray, Morgan Gene, 176, 253, 279, 332 

Ray, Starr Leland, 173, 332 

Rea, William L., 381 

Read, James C, 351 

Redd, Robert Carroll, 269, 381 

Redding, Enid Anne, 365 

Redditt, Chester H., 381 

Reddock, Jan Elizabeth, 161, 229, 365 

Reddoch, Martha G., 351 

Redmon, Doris, 351 

Reece, Martha Jane, 174, 332 

Reecht, Richard Andre, 251, 351 

Reed, Jimmie Cecil, 265, 332 

Reed, Joann T., 309 

Reed, John F.. Jr., 365 

Reed, Larry W., 365 

Reed, Nancy E., 381 

Reed, Patricia Dianne, 332 

Reed, Virginia Mann, 153, 159, 180, 332 

Reed, Susan Ann, 229, 381 

Reese, Ina Jacquelyn, 351 

Reese, Johnie Newman, 309 

Reeves, Brenda Gale, 332 

Reeves, John, 351 

Reeves, Zeb F., Ill, 273, 381 

Reid, Harold W., 309 

Reid, Johnna Ruth, 381 

Regalbuto, Robert Roy, 140, 332 

Regan, William Benjamin, 152, 249, 332 

Renault, Franklin L., 164, 262, 332 

Renfro, Robert Taft, 259, 332 

Reno, William L., Jr., 259, 309 

Replogle, David C, 259, 381 

Rester, Thomas Edwin, 365 

Reuter, John Richard, III, 251, 351 

Rette, Priscilla Gay, 332 

Reynolds, Aubrey Carl, 351 

Reynolds, David R., 381 

Reynolds, Ernest Darden, Jr., 273, 365 

Rhodes, Calrence L., 351 

Rhodes, Janet Sue, 179, 229, 351 

Ricau, Barbara Lynn, 239, 332 

Rice, John Albert, 249, 381 

Rice, Lent Irwin, II, 271, 351 

Rich, Dorothy Helen, 332 

Rich, Karen Sue, 137, 365 

Rich, Lige Homer, 309 

Richardson, Arthur Danny, 160, 267, 351 

Richardson, Doris C, 177, 222, 245, 332 

Richardson, Johnny Arthur, 351 

Richardson, Minnie K.. 239, 381 

Richardson, Thomas C, 262, 279, 381 



Richardson, Thomas Jarrett, 351 

Richardson, William K., 275 381 

Richey, Michael M., 273 382 

Riddell, Gerald D., 332 

Ridded. John Marion, 132, 136 167 169 

332 
Riddell, Mary Jo, 235 365 
Riddell, Tally D., Jr., 273 382 
Riddle, James T. 275 382 
Riddle, Nori Lee, 147, 172, 365 
Ridgway, Sara Raney, 180, 351 
Riemann, Sandra L., 231, 382 
Riggs, Jane Allen, 229, 382 
Riggs, Jerry Ann, 222. 229. 332 
Rikard, Gerald Cullev 332 
Riley, Margaret Anne. 237 351 
Ritchie, Ethel Marie, 178, 235 351 
Rivers, Sandra E.. 180, 351 
Roane, Delmer W., 351 
Robbins, John Norman, 332 
Robbins, Marianna, 233, 351 
Robbins, Norma R.. 309 
Roberson, Gary Sewell, 150, 169, 261, 332 
Roberts, Camille Shotner, 17V, J32 
Roberts, Connie Matlock, 309 
Roberts, Fred F., Jr., 132, 152, 153, 271, 

30? 
Roberts, James Dixon, 267, 351 
Roberts, John H., II, 351 
Roberts, Linda Sue, 147, 382 
Roberts, Lloyd Eugene. 273, 351 
Roberts, Robert R., Jr., 365 
Roberts, Ronnie Spencer, 151, 167, 332 
Roberts, William Francis, 365 
Robertson. Frank A.. 309 
Robertson, Hubert C, Jr.. 164, 332 
Robertson, James W.. 259, 332 
Robertson, John William, 261, 382 
Robinson, Ronnie A., 365 
Robinson, Sammie J., 310 
Robinson, Sharon Eyleen, 241, 351 
Robinson, William H.. 351 
Roby, Kerry D., 269, 351 
Rochelle, William B., 171, 267. 351 
Rochester, James C, Jr., 166, 333 
Rockey, Mighan Ann, 365 
Roden, Thomas Earl, 333 
Rodes, Shannon E., 333 
Rodgers, Linda Sue, 382 
Rogers, Bennie Mack, 160, 333 
Rogers, Charlotte Anne, 333 
Rogers, Herman A., 382 
Rogers, Howell Wade, 333 
Rogers, Larry Thomas, 277, 333 
Rogers, Nancy Lee, 229, 333 
Rogers, Tommy Bott, 165, 310 
Rogers, William Levi, III, 271, 333 
Rollins, Elmo Avery, Jr., 310 
Roper, William A., Jr., 271, 382 
Rose, Wendell Joseph, 351 
Rosetti, Scotty Rester, 310 
Rosetti, Tony J., Jr., 249, 382 
Ross, Alexandra Elizabeth, 231, 352 
Ross, Barbara S., 233. 382 
Ross, Carolyn D., 243, 382 
Ross, Harvey T., Jr., 261, 382 
Ross, Jerry Allen, 269. 382 
Ross, John C, Jr., 310 
Ross, Lelia J., 241, 365 
Ross, Richard Lee, 132, 160, 333 
Ross, Roberta Grace, 137, 231, 365 
Ross, Sandra Chrestman, 179, 333 
Ross, Sandra Senter, 365 
Rowan, Alfred Wayne. 155, 269, 365 
Rowe, Lester L., Jr., 310 
Rowell. Mary Elaine, 365 
Rowland, Roberta Kay, 179, 229, 333 
Rowzee, Jerry M., 352 
Roy, Daniel Wright, 273, 352 
Roy, Danny Ray, 171, 310 
Roy, Martin Cary, 382 
Rozolsky, Wesley Benjamin, 333 
Ruegger, Forrest D., 310 
Rummel, George Albert, III, 310 
Rush, Brenda Lynn, 176, 352 
Rushton, Fred Wallace, Jr., 155, 251, 365 
Russ, Roderick S., Ill, 271, 382 
Russell, Carlotte Ann, 382 
Russell, Effie Jane, 179, 382 
Russell, Mary M., 241, 382 
Russell, Nancy K., 158. 333 
Russell, Richard Harold, 164. 333 
Russell, Robert E., 261, 382 
Russell, Robert Prifchard, 271. 365 
Russell, Ronald Truett, 259, 352 
Russell, Stacy B., 310 
Rutherford, Ruth Ann. 177, 229. 333 
Rutledge, William O., Ill, 261, 310 
Ryan, Michael Evans, 271, 333 



Sallis, Jack D., 333 
Salloum, Lynda M., 310 
Salmon, James E., 273. 382 
Samford, Glenn Ross. 277 333 
Samuels, Ronald L., 273, 382 
Sanders, Harry S., 257, 365 
Sanders, Henry E., 253, 382 
Sanders, John Edgar, 138, 365 
Sanders, Marvin L., 254, 333 
Sanders, Robert C, II, 352 



DIRECTORY 



Sanderson, Linda Rave, 333 

Sandifer, Nancy Ann, 382 

Sandifer, Suzanne Wells, 231. 365 

Sargent, R. Lester, Jr., 253, 333 

Sartin, John Ray, Jr., 259, 352 

Sartor, Clyde F., Jr.. 310 

Sartor, Elizabeth Ann, 135, 136, 147, 333 

Sasser, James Thomas, 249, 382 

Sauce, Harry L, III, 265, 382 

Saucier, Sheryl L., 239, 382 

Saul, James Kindred, 365 

Sauls, Jeffrey Lloyd, 139, 271, 365 

Saunders, Nancy Elaine, 352 

Savage, Margaret Louise, 135, 136, 222, 

241, 333 
Savoy, Sandra Fay, 229, 382 
Sawyer, John Emery, III, 261, 365 
Scarbrough, Daniel McGehee, 271, 365 
Scarborough, Patricia D., 333 
Scarbrough, Donald Lee, 149, 382 
Schad, Terry Adam, 269, 352 
Schaffer, John G., Jr., 271, 352 
Schilling, Lee H., 352 
Schloemer, Mary F., 177, 382 
Schlosser, Frank Joseph, Jr., 352 
Schlottman, Elliott E., Jr., 150. 310 
Schmelzer, Joseph J., Ill, 267, 279, 382 
Schmidt, Fred Walter, 352 
Schmidt, Kenneth J., 352 
Schmittschmitt, Edwin C, 262, 333 
Schnierle, Eugene R.. 366 
Schramm, Frederick C, Jr., 249, 352 
Schreiter, Spencer Louis, 333 
Schurtz, Francis A., Jr., 265. 333 
Schwartz, Marthadele A., 176, 366 
Schwent, John Thomas. 251, 352 
Scott Barry Charles, 155, 366 
Scott, Don Bacot, 271, 366 
Scott, Elizabeth Lee. 231, 352 
Scott, Mary Duran, 229, 352 
Scott, Tommy Wayne, 267. 333 
Scrivener, George W., 382 
Scrivener, James Paul. 333 
Scruggs, John P., 249, 382 
Scruggs, Robert Pickett, 267. 352 
Seabold, John Stewart, 259, 333 
Seale, Ben Williamson, 269, 334 
Seale, Robert A., Jr.. 334 
Seale, William D., 267, 382 
Seay, Clant M., Jr., 382 
Seay, Elizabeth Ellen, 136. 334 
Seay, Martha Maynette, 235, 366 
Seay, Robert Lee, 310 

Sebren, Homer Wesley, Jr., 139, 162, 166, 
251, 366 

Seibels, Robert Emmet, 162, 271, 352 

Sekul, Ronald Victor, 366 

Sellers, Carol Kern, 177, 231, 366 

Senter, Martha K., 352 

Serio, Charles, 382 

Seu, Frances, 352 

Sewell, James Edward, 253, 366 

Seymour, Robert B., 147, 382 

Shackelford, Walter M., 138, 139, 147, 149, 
273, 366 

Shaffer, Dianne Jeanne, 227, 334 

Shands, David Eugene, 261, 366 

Shappley, Nathan P., Ill, 138, 147, 162, 
273, 366 

Sharp, Gene E., 310 

Sharpe, Edward Reese, 382 

Sharpe, Susan Mann, 147, 239, 382 

Shaw, Evelyn Cole, 366 

Shaw, Georg Bernard, 382 

Shaw, Katherine L., 239, 382 

Shaw, Timothy Dale, 148, 352 

Sheffield, Harold Herman, 160. 334 

Sheffield, John Calvin, 259, 366 

Sheffield, Sandy, 245, 334 

Shelby, Carey C, 366 

Sheldon, Lawson Everett, 257. 352 

Shelton, Joann, 233, 366 

Shelton, Thomas Edwin, 261, 352 

Shephard, Robert Owen, Jr., 334 

Sherman, Marshall R., 156, 159, 176, 169, 
352 

Sherrard, James Edward, 257, 334 

Sherrill, Judy L., 179, 222, 241, 334 

Shields, Eunice Marie. 178, 334 

Shinault, Ronald Nelson, 352 

Shipp, Bernard Loring, 265, 352 

Shirley, Cleta Gordon, 231. 352 

Shirley, James E., 310 

Shirley, Jo Anne, 231. 352 

Shockley, William G„ 265, 382 

Shoemake, Samuel C, Jr., 352 

Shoemaker, Susan, 241, 334 

Shook, Ann Ellen, 235, 382 

Shope, Vicki Ray, 366 

Shows, John H., 382 

Sigler, James Gary, 366 

Siltman, Leslie Howard, 275, 366 

Simmons, Bettye Carol, 334 

Simmons, Frances Caffy, 231, 334 

Simmons, Kenneth E., 352 

Simmons, Mary Claire Cox, 229, 334 

Simmons, Suzanne, 382 

Simmons, W. Albert, 273. 382 

Simoneaux, Richard J., 382 

Simonetti, Patricia Lynne, 383 

Simpson. Catherine B., 177, 235. 352 



Jane Bingham, 147, 237, 366 



la Toy Simpson, 147, 177, 
249, 383 



137, 
135, 
383 



175 
222 



235, 
245, 



352 



334 
352 



383 
383 



138, 144, 



Simpson 
Simpson, Ju 

237, 352 
Sims, Edward Clarke, J 
Sims, Jerry Lonn, 366 
Sims, V. Hugo, 334 
Singletary, Janet Allen 
S'ngleterry, Susan Lane 
Singleton, Gail M.. 239 
Singleton, Jan Woods, 239, 383 
Sipes William H., Jr.. 383 
Gary Lee, 273. 366 
Carolyn S., 233, 383 
Barbara Lee, 383 
Harold Andrew, Jr., 164, 265, 334 
Martha Frances, 162, 237, 366 
Amy Jo, 147, 383 
Anne Gillespie, 233, 352 
Ben B., 310 

Bernie Lynne, 143, 261, 352 
Carol Lynne, 235, 383 
Billy W., 352 
Clark Herbert, 259, 334 
Clinton Alexander, 249 
Daniel B., Jr., 261, 310 
David Michael, 310 
Devereux, R., 269, 334 
Dolores Ann. 237, 352 
Donald F., 269, 383 
Donald Meredith, Jr.. 163, 
Elizabeth Anne, 222, 229, 
Frances Holmes, 239. 383 
Frank Charles, 179, 262, 334 
G. Witt, Jr., 273, 352 
Harold Q., 262, 352 
Herman Guy, Jr., 310 
James Clarke, 383 
James Edward, 269 
James Edwin, 269, 
Jerry Claude, 334 
John Lowe, 366 
Julie Drew, 227. 334 
Karen Ann, 366 
Kathleen P., 229, 383 
Kendric Earl, 132, 136 
334 

Kenneth Ozelle. 334 
Larry Gilbert, 269, 334 
Lester F., 383 
Lillian Lee, 233, 352 
Linda Jane, 227, 366 
Margaret E., 147, 383 
Marilyn E., 383 
Martha Blanche, 334 
Ralph Guv, 269, 334 
Robert Allen, 148, 273, 
Rosa Hyatt, 233, 352 
Sandra Wynn, 243, 366 
Sarah A. Smith, 310 
Sidney Lamar, Jr., 334 
Susan Gail, 353 
Thomas D., 166, 168, 249 
Vicki Marche, 239, 334 
William Fielding, 366 
Winnifred, 147, 162, 166 
Smitherman, Larry Wayne, 164 
Smithson, Bill Sterling, 353 
Smythe Stanford Jackson, 275, 353 
Snare, Brenda C, 241. 383 
Sneed, Harley Ann, 335 
Sneed, John Boswell, II, 273. 366 
Sneed, Ralph Elwood, 383 

Sharon, Ruth, 159. 178, 353 
Edwin Arnold, 273, 335 
Prakash, 310 
Tara, 383 
Sorrells, B. Carmen, 179, 335 
Sparkman, James C 353 
Speaks, Katie Dee, 175, 233, 383 
Spears, Nancy C, 245, 383 
Speed, Alfred Martin, 164, 335 
Spencer, Charles Ross, 383 
Spencer, Pat Gray, 335 
Spencer, William Collins, 27 
Spiers, Juel Wood, Jr., 335 
Spinosa, Eva Nell, 383 
Spraberry, James B., 383 
Spratlin, Frederick D., 335 
Spratlin, Marcia B., 
Staggers, Carol, 235 
Stahlman, Jacguelyn 
Stahlman, James D., 
Stalnaker, Beverly Jean 
Stanfill, Linda Lee, 178 



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Stanger, Marshall Hal, 366 
Stanley, Fred Edwin, Jr., 353 
Stanley. Larry K., 353 
Stanley, Shellye Edris, 175, 241. 
Stanphill. Charles Odis, 353 
Stansel, Martha A., 231. 383 
Stanton, Oris Lesly, 310 
Starnes, Michael Steve, 366 
Staudte, Paul Vincent, 254, 335 
Steadman, Charles W., Jr., 261, 
Stechsuhlte, Rosemary C, 310 
Stedman, James E.. 353 
Stedman, Martha Ann, 383 
Steel, Dianne, 233, 366 
Steele, Linda Ann, 170, 245, 353 
Steen, Donald F., 383 
Steiien, Dianna, 235, 335 



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383 



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Steinhart, Ronald Lawrence, 335 

Stephens, Bobbie Slav, 335 

Stephens, Marilyn Dale, 335 

Stephens, Mary Catherine, 231, 353 

Stephens, Rosemary O, 310 

Stephenson, Gerald Ben, 267, 335 

Stevens, Joseph Joshua, Jr., 163, 310 

Stevens, Lawton Terry, 253, 335 

Steward, Edward Arnold, 353 

Stewart, Amy R., 353 

Stewart, Gary Allan, 139, 366 

Stewart, H. F. Foster, 366 

Stewart, Johnny Clifton, 155, 249, 366 

Stewart, Mariette E., 231. 383 

Stewart, Robert E., 143, 310 

Stewart, William Clyde, 257, 383 

Still, Dianne Stevens, 222, 353 

Still, Lee Hudson, 335 

St. John, Earl Alvin, Jr., 275, 353 

Stockton, David Lee, 140, 176, 335 

Stogner, Gladys Jean, 237, 383 

Stone, Clyde Michael, 132, 163, 335 

Stone, William Charles, 335 

Stone, William H., 383 

Storey, Sherry Donald, 3IQ 

Storey, Thomas Barrett, Jr., 259, 310 

Storment, John B., Ill, 269, 335 

Stovall, Theresa Nell. 383 

Strange, John Edward, 335 

Straub, Barbara Fitch. 162, 222, 239, 353 

Strawbridge, Drennon, 353 

Strawbridge, William C, 271, 366 

Streed, William Eric, 249, 353 

Stribling, Thelma Kathleen, 353 

Strickland, Frederick P., 166, 366 

Strickland, Nona Kay, 366 

Stringer, Eleanor Sue. 383 

Stroiny, Michael Alan. 383 

Strong, Carole Ann, 366 

Stroud, Howard Mattox, 132, 311 

Su, Mei Quey, 31 1 

Suber, Harry Joe, 335 

Sue, Chat, 335 

Sullivan, Aleita A. Magee, 311 

Sullivan, Charles D., 353 

Sullivan, Daisy Diane, 229, 383 

Sullivan, William S., 383 

Sullivant, Anne Lewis, 231, 353 

Summerhill, Jerry Lynn, 353 

Sumners, Minor O, Jr., 143, 257, 335 

Sumners, Patricia A., 229, 383 

Sumrall, William Wyatt, 132 261. 311 

Swain, Walter B., Jr., 163, 31 I 

Swalm, Sherman Wesley, 269, 335 

Swalm, Terry Stephen, Jr., 168, 273, 335 

Swank, Clayton J., Ill, 163, 311 

Swayze, Charlie Jones, 261, 353 

Sweat, Richard Harvey, 335 

Swetland, Michael R.. 366 

Sykes, Charles Edward. 335 



Taber, Victor Edward, 353 

Taggart, Karen Thompson, 366 

Tai, Chen Nang, 31 1 

Taintor, Jesse Brooks, 154, 335 

Tankard, William O., 353 

Tapp, Robert D., 254. 311 

Tarpley, Neil A., 277. 383 

Tate, Hardin Meadow, Jr., 335 

Tate, Roy Wayne, 335 

Taylor, Benona Jeanne, 383 

Taylor, Caroline L., 231, 336 

Taylor, Edmund Warren, Jr., 249, 353 

Taylor, Herman Eugene, Jr., 155, 367 

Taylor, James Lauvon, Jr., 151, 169, 336 

Taylor, Jessie Roma, 241, 367 

Taylor, Joe Howard, 336 

Taylor, John Pierce, 353 

Taylor, Julius R., Jr.. 277, 384 

Taylor, Leslie Edward. Jr., 367 

Taylor, Marilyn Lewis, 336 

Taylor, Mary E., 384 

Taylor, Michael Byron, 153, 311 

Taylor, Michael Everette, 353 

Taylor, Rebecca Kay, 178, 241, 367 

Taylor, Richard S., 311 

Taylor, Robert Lee, 353 

Taylor, Robert Parrish, Jr., 269, 367 

Taylor, Sherry Lane, 222, 245, 336 

Taylor, Willard Roy, 166, 367 

Teasley, Terry Ann, 233, 367 

Tehan, William John. Ill, 367 

Teichert, Gabriela, 367 

Teller, Landman J., Jr., 165. 311 

Temple, Van Harbert, 269, 353 

Tenfelde, Thomas Bernard, 165 254, 310 

Ten, Tsu C, 311 

Terney, Champ Taylor, 132, 163, 311 

Terracin, Steve Wayne, 257. 367 

Thackston, Frank S., 311 

Thaxton, Anthony Lavon, 271. 353 

Thaxton, James Cairy, 271. 336 

Thiele, Richard K., 259, 384 

Thole, Michael John, 277, 353 

Thomas, Carol Susan. 353 

Thomas, David Dee, 311 

Thomas, David R., 384 

Thomas, Grover Lee, 151. 336 

Thomas, James E., Jr.. 269, 384 

Thomas, Richard M., 384 



Thomas, Rodney A., 269, 38-4 
Thomas, Sallie S.. 147, 237, 384 
Thomason, Sheila Johnson, 353 
Thomason, William Buford, 164, 336 
Thompson, Eleanor E., 231, 353 
Thompson, Elizabeth Claire. 336 
Thompson, James F.. Jr., 353 
Thompson, Joe Lawrence, 267, 333 
Thompson, Joseph Robert, 353 
Thompson, Kay, 178, 239, 353 
Thompson, Larry Angelo, 157 164 168 

259, 353 
Thompson, Mary Elizabeth, 384 
Thompson, Norma O. 231, 384 
Thompson, Thomas Lawrence, 336 
Thompson. Vance McLean, 231 353 
Thompson, Walter W., 261, 279, 384 
Thompson, William P., 148^ 261 333 
Thornhill, Frank White. Jr., 267, 336 
Thornton. Margaret Jo, 245. 353 
Thornton, Roger Dale, 353 
Thornton, Ronald A., 311 
Thornton, Vincie D., 384 
Thrower, Mitchell M., 257, 354 
Thurmond, William E., Jr., 269, 311 
Thurner, Lee Francis, Jr., 132, 159, 167 336 
Tibbetts, Charles Francis, 336 
Tidwell, Alan Dwight. 273, 336 
Tillman, John Ronald 354 
Tillman, Opal Gail, 137, 354 
TindaM, Joy Moore 231 367 
Tiner, Robert J., 354 
Tipton, John Merritt. 163, 311 
Todaro, John Braxton, 159, 354 
Todaro, Mary Lynn, 367 
Todd, Henry Eugene, 336 
Todd, Richard Morgan, 132, 138 267 336 
Tomlinscn, Anne B., 231, 354 
Tomlinson, George W., 354 
Toney, Thomas E., 311 
Townes, Cowles Horton, 249. 367 
Townes, Jack Armistead, Jr.', 150 267 336 
Townes, Judy L., 233, 384 
Townsend, John Herndon, 273, 384 
Townsend, Kathryn Ann, 334 
Townsend, Pascal Judso'n, 168, 251, 334 
Trabue, Caroline Gray, 233, 334 
Trahan, Eugene Thomas, 334 
Trapp, Chrystine G., 334 
Traughber, Brent Hill, 354 
Traughber, Ewing B., 384 
Travis, Frederick Francis 261 336 
Travis, John A., Ill, 132, 136, 150 153 

165, 261, 311 
Treppendahl, Janet Ayres, 354 
Treppendahl, Lynn Lovell, 235, 367 
Treuting, John Joseph. 336 
Trevathan, Clyde W., 249 384 
Trimble, Billy Buckley, 271 311 
Triplette, Constance W. 336 
Trussel, Paul, Jr., 367 
Tschudy, Mary Hunt, 336 
Tucker, delta Su, 383 
Tucker, Kenneth Irby. 147, 336 
Tucker, William Baxter, 354 
Tullos, Eugene C, 311 
Tumasz, Elizabeth Jan, 245. 367 
Tumlinson. Beverly Marie, 231, 336 
Tumlinson, Elizabeth S., 367 
Tupman, George Randall, 336 
Turberville, Gerald D. 336 
Turley, Edith Waits, 241, 367 
Turnage, Carl Vander. 354 
Turnage, Ethelyne, 245. 384 
Turnbow, Guv Nicholson 384 
Turnell, Daniel H., 275, '279, 367 
Turner, Bertram Rivers 160 336 
Turner, Billv F., 367 
Turner, Douglas Dwight, 257, 354 
Turner, Joan Elaine, 227, 384 
Turner, Jobey, 336 
Turner, John Herschel. 367 
Turner, John Hozie, Jr., 261, 354 
Turner. Marlene E.. 384 
Turner. William Henry, 367 
Turnipseed, Carol Ann, 231. 367 
Turnipseed, Richie, 384 
Tutor, Jesse B., Jr., 271, 384 
Tutor, Sandra Kaye, 229, 384 
Tutor, Susan Katherine, 135, 229. 337 

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Umfress, Harrol Wayne, 251. 337 
Umlaut, Jane Margaret Anne, 337 
Underwood. Claire Blount, 179, 337 
Underwood, Larry Don, 273. 367 
Upchurch, Aleita Louise. 337 
Upchurch, Oliver Lee. Jr.. 337 
Urquhart, Anne Melrose, 367 



Vail, Charles S., 311 
Valentine, Jimmy Lloyd 
Vance, Carol Ann, 245, 
Vance, Cayce G., 354 
Vance, Gilbert P., 273 
Vance, Lewis N., 273, 
Vance, Ralph B., 271, 



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Vandiver, Eddie Bolton 273, 384 
Vann, Linda Faye, 239, 384 
Varnado, Vaughn Eugene 265, 337 
Vaughan, Margaret M., 233, 367 
Vaughan, Robert Curtis, 367 
Vaughan Ronald Stewart, 143, 337 
Vaughn, Pamela. 222, 243, 354 
Vaught, Stephen Wiley, 261, 384 
Veazey, Ganel Eason, 233, 367 
Veazey, Jack E., Jr., 143, 249, 337 
Veazey, Sandra, 354 
Vermillion, William B., 354 
Vernon. Gerald Ernest. 257, 337 
Vickery, George Willis, 271. 337 
Vickery, Robert Barry, 271, 311 
Vincent, Leonard F . 273, 384 
Vinson, James Preston. Jr.. 337 
Vinson. Michael Cooper, 367 
Vizio, Michael Joseph. 337 
Vlahos Kosta Nick, 311 
Voge Dennis Wa«ne 249 354 
Von Baroen, Roy A.. 249, 367 
Voss, Linda Dell, 384 

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Wade Michael Harrison, 151. 273, 337 
Wade Thomas Wickliffe, 269, 337 
Wadlinqton, William Clark, 384 
Wages, Gerald Dennis, 354 
Wagner Lynn Elaine. 245, 354 
Wahlbegr. Jay Elliott, 262. 354 
Waits, Mildred Allene, 137, 161, 241, 367 
Walcott George Dexter, 143. 261, 337 
Walcott, Ruth Lafon, 231. 367 
Waldo Greaory Robert, 273. 337 
Waldran, Jessyca Elisebeth, 239, 367 
Waldrop, kussell b., J84 
Walker, Carole E., 147, 273. 311 
Walker David Steven, 354 
Walker, Edmund J.. 275, 311 
Walker, Harrison C, Jr., 134, 384 
Walker Jimmie Sue, 135, 146, 147, 156, 

178, 179. 180, 337 
Walker, Joseph B., 384 
Walker, M. Faye. 233. 337 
Walker. Mary Gail, 233, 354 
Walker, Ollie Jean, 367 
Walker, Rebecca E.. 229. 354 
Walker Tommye W., 337 
Walker Virginia lone, 231. 367 
Wall, Nellie Kaye, 245, 354 
Wallace, Robert P., 273, 384 
Wallace, Ronald K., 367 
Wallace Toby Mack, 138, 149. 254. 279, 

367 
Wallace, Tommy R.. 249, 384 
Wallace, Vernon M., 311 
Waller, Anita K., 384 
Waller, Douglas Carroll, 367 
Waller, Samuel W., Jr., 354 
Walman Tommy Halton, 273, 354 
Walsh, James R., 31 I 
Walsh, Jamie E.. 241. 384 
Walsh. Virginia Marianne. 227. 367 
Walters Patricia Ellen, 233, 367 
Walters, Thomas Lloyd, 259, 384 
Walters, Victor Young. 159. 167. 337 
Walters, William C, 384 
Wang, Min Hue, 311 
Ward, Albert Gayden. 267, 354 
Ward, Elizabeth Jane, 241, 337 
Ward Michael D., 385 
Ward, Peggy Ruth, 158. 337 
Ward, Robert E., 312 
Ward, Ruth Olene. 312 



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Ware. Jimmy L., 269. 385 White 

Ware, Ted Owen, 259. 337 White 

Warfield, Donald Wayne, 311 White 

Warfield Gerald Wayne, 354 White 

Warren, Emily Anne. 222. 227 3b4 White 

Warren, Gerald M., 312 White 

Warren, Robert Stephen, 337 White 

Watkins, David B., 172, 275, 337 White 

Watkins, Elaine C. 385 White 

Watkins, Gail, 385 White 

Watkins, James C, 3 1~2 Whilener 

Watk'ns, James Edwin, 271, 385 Whitener 

Watkins, Jerl W . 354 

Watkins, Mary Ann, 337 

Watkins, Thomas Henry, 337 

Watson, Bruce Paul, 354 

Watson, Clara B., 367 

Watson, Ji'l Sharon 137 241, 367 

Watson, Shirley Claire, 385 

Watt. Nancy Grace. 335 

Watts, Freddy C , 160, 354 

Watts, James C. Jr.. 267. 385 

Watts, Pat Harrison, Jr.. 312 

Way, Wren Carroll, 259, 312 

Weathers. William L., 159, 254. 337 

Weathersby, Benjamin V. L., 132, 139, 23 

354 
Weathersby, Robert L., 335 
Webb David Thomas, Jr., 165, 312 
Webb James W., 385 
Webb, John R., 385 
Webb. Nick Alan. 367 
Webb, William J., 249, 385 
Webber, Elliott C, Jr.. 147. 335 
Webber, Luke E., 365 
Weeden, Carl Leslie, 335 
Weeks, Charles John, Jr.. 251, 354 
Weeks, Karen Murraine. 162. 235. 368 
Weems, Robert A., 311 
Weems, William S., 311 
Weigel, Monica Louise, 354 
Weir, David G., 249, 385 
Weir Saxton A., Ill, 249. 385 
Welch, Bette Karyn, 241, 385 
Welch, Robert C, 385 

Welford Betty Loice 338 W 

Weller, Harvill E.. Jr., 261. 385 W 

Wellman Robert R.. 147. 354 W 

Wells, David Kent, 271, 354 W 

Wells, Jan Elizabeth, 245, 354 W 

Wells Robert Lynn, 164, 338 W 

Wells, Steve C, 354 W 

Wells. William Douglas, 338 W 

Wells, William Harold, 160, 338 W 

Welty. Mittie E., 243, 354 W 

Wen, Cheng H., 312 W 

West, Betty Diane, 237, 368 Wi 

West James Kenneth. 164. 338 W 

West Marcia Wanda. 229. 385 W 

Westbrook, Leslie M.. 241. 385 Willis 

Westerfield, Mary Anne, 235, 354 Willis, 

Westfall. Linda Anne. 385 Wilson, 

Westman, Jan O., 273. 354 Wilson, 

Weston, Stephen Frederic, 254. 368 Wilson, 

Wexler, Gerald Bernard, 278. 354 Wilson, 

Wheeler, James Harvey, Jr., 273, 354 Wilson, 

Whitaker. Marilyn Frances, 237, 368 355 

Whitaker. Peggy Ann, 245, 385 Wilson, 

Whitaker. Robert L, 385 Wilson, 

White, Alvie F., 355 Wilson, 

White, Barbara Kaye. 147, 338 Wilson, 

White Charles T., 151, 385 Wilson, 

White. Donald Alexander, 253. 355 Wilson, 

White, Donna, 231, 355 Wilson, 

White Eddie Pounds. 267, 355 Wilson, 

White Gerald Lafay, 271. 368 Wilson. 



James Albert, 368 
James Wallace, 368 
Jesse Lamar, 138, 139, 251, 355 
John E.. Jr., 385 
Joseph Luther, 171, 338 
Marilyn D., 235. 338 
Nancy Sue, 158, 177, 368 
Susan Carol, 233, 355 
Susan Frances, 368 
William D., 157, 273. 368 
Gary C, 251, 385 
. Larry J., 251, 385 

Whitmire, Warren T., Jr., 259. 385 

Whitten, Beverly Rebecca, 235, 368 

Whitten, Mary Ann, 177 

Whittington. Homer A., Jr. 269 368 

Whittle, Jesse C, 338 

Whyte, Bruce Langdon, 277, 355 



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chman, Neville R , 269. 385 
deman, Danny Edward, 338 
gginton, Amos Buford, Jr., 338 
qginton, Patty Branch, 355 
Iborn, Mary Montrie, 235, 355 
Icox, Richard Davis. 171, 273. 355 
ley, Jean Lee, 175, 241, 355 
kes. Alice Marie, 355 
Charles H., 338 
Jack Brown, 355 
Joseph T., Ill, 168. 271. 312 
Trudy Ann. 229, 355 
Robert Edward, 166. 181. 338 
Sa'ly W.. 355 
kinson, Camille S., 233. 368 
Ikinson, Judith Lynn, 245, 368 
lliams, Ariel Etta, 338 

Charles Van, 269, 355 
Claudia Ann, 243. 368 
David A., 355 
David Michael, 138, 368 
Edwin Neel, 132, 338 
Edwin R., 261, 385 
James Elliott, 136, 251, 312 
Jon Smith, 259, 385 
Kathy, 355 
ams, 355 
Leon Weir, 160. 338 
lliams, Leonard E., 355 
lliams, Linda Frances, 235, 368 
lliams, Margaret Diane, 237, 385 
lliams, Michael Cluster, 355 
lliams, Richard Anthony, 181, 368 
lliams, Roy Capps, 132, 273, 312 
lliams, Sandra, 147, 175, 233. 385 
lliams, Stirling Bacot, 136, 138, 340 
lliamson, Gerald G., 385 
lliamson, James F., Jr., 312 
lliamson, James R., 368 
llitord, Evelyn R., 385 
His, Burnice Neal, 368 
James R., Jr., 385 
Kenneth C, 385 
Bobby Lee, 338 
Byron H., 277, 279. 385 
Clyde H., Jr., 269. 385 
David Baxter, 368 
David Benjamin, Jr., 132. 162, 273, 

Ernest W., 355 
Fred G., 385 
Herman S., 355 
Jane Tyler, 235 
Jerome W., Jr. 
Martin Bernard 
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Thomas Stout, 275, 



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Wiltshire. Kenneth James, 159 338 

Windham, Hal. Jr., 368 

Wing, Joseph F., 355 

Winter, Jimmy W. 269 338 

Winters, Sally Kate. 134, 135. 136 147 222 

237. 338 
Wislocki, Carole Ann, 237, 338 
Withers Rose Robyn, 237. 385 
Witt. Robert Wayne 312 
Wixon, William Carl 385 
Wolf. James Brown, 142, 143. 338 
Womack, Michael Lloyd, 355 
Womack, Pamela Jane, 338 
Womack Tommy D 265 385 
Wong, John W., 385 
Wood, Larry W. 312 
Woo. Nancy L., 312 
Wood. Claude Harrison 143. 338 
Wood, James Alford. 168, 172. 355 
Wood Jean Wyeth, 178, 231 338 
Wood, Sandra Lee, 233, 385 
Wood, William Chadwick. 139, 172, 271 

355 
Woodbury, Barbara Joan, 239, 385 
V/ocdcock, C. Wesley. Jr.. 355 
V/oods, Delbert N.. 385 
Woods, James Everette, 163 269 312 
Wooten, Elizabeth J.. 170, 229 368 
Wootten, Elaine E., 154 368 
Wootien, Middleton L., Ill, 154, 254, 355 
Work, Margaret Carol, 147. 235, 385 
Wright, Carl Franklin 338 
Wr'ght, Feilding L , 267. 368 
Wright, Jayne A., 245. 368 
Wright, Johnny Bernard. 265, 338 
Wright, Mary F., 355 
Wright, Susan Bourland, 355 
Wroten, Lottie Virginia, 385 
Wu, Mu Sheng, 312 
Wuestefeld, Gale Joan, 243, 385 
Wynne, Mary Louise, 158, 338 



Yandell, Kathryn E., 385 

Yarbrough, Larry Eugene, 338 

Yates, Allen Richard, 156, 261 355 

Yates, William Gully, Jr , 163, 271, 312 

Yawn, James Walter, 355 

Yearwood. Bonnie Gene, 243, 385 

Yee. Albert Duke, 368 

Yelsik, William Ernst, 277, 355 

York, Beth, 235, 368 

York, Charles Merrill, 368 

Yoste, Florian Henry, 169, 338 

Yoste, William Elder, 267, 368 

Young, Dennis Wayne, 355 

Young, James Richard, Jr., 338 

Young, Jerry Vernon, 273, 355 

Young, John Richard, 273, 338 

Young, Kenneth W., 385 

Young, Leonard Albert, 253, 312 

Young, Martha K., 237, 355 

Young, Ralph E., Jr., 143, 157, 168, 267, 

338 
Young, Robert J., 267. 385 
Young, Rodney W., 385 
Younghans, Paul Francis, 262, 355 
Yuan, Cheng, 151, 312 



Zalocusky, Michael Ne'son, 275, 338 
Zeringue, Carl, 275, 336 
Zinn, Jane, 353 
Zoghby, Emile, 383